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The Iowa State Cup is an annual state championship that serves as the first step in the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series (NCS) pathway. Properly registered Iowa Soccer member 13U-19U teams that meet eligibility requirements are allowed to enter and compete for a State Cup Championship. Iowa's Champions advance to represent #TeamIowa at the Midwest Regional Championships. Regional winners earn a spot at the US Youth Soccer National Championships.
In Iowa due to the spring high school season, the 15U-19U age groups compete in the fall preceding the Midwest Regional Championships; 13U-14U teams play in the spring.
The US Youth Soccer National Championship Series is the country's most prestigious national youth soccer tournament, providing nearly 185,000 players from over 10,000 teams the opportunity to showcase their skills against the best competition in the nation.