World Soccer Fundation se compromete a seguir trabajando duro para las temporadas siguientes para asegurar una alta asistencia de los equipos de todo Estados Unidos y alrededor del mundo.

Equipos Calendarios Noticias Publicidad Hoteles Estadios Tarifas Aereas
Semana Fecha Divisiones Fecha de Apertura
1 July 8th - July 15th 2017 SUB-6 to SUB-20 Sunday July 10th, 2017
Detalles del Torneo

Ceremonia de apertura, desfile de todos los paises.

Cuatro (4) juegos garantizados, más juego de campeonato

 

Tres (3) arbitros por juego

Balón de juego y nevera para hidratación

 

Premio para el equipo ganador de cada division ( jugadores y 2 personas del cuerpo tecnico ):

Pendiente por definir.



                         Precio de la Registración: $550.00 




 



  • Hotel Package 1
    $568.00 (US$) por persona

        Premiun Package

    . Hotel en MIAMI 8 días / 7  noches
    . Transportación al aeropuerto y a los parques
    . Precio basado en 4 personas por habitación
    . Desayuno y cena en el hotel ver detalle

    Total Habitaciones:     |     Disponibles: 
  • Hotel Package 2
    COMING SOON  (US$) por persona

    Paquete #2

    . Hotel en MIAMI 8 días / 7 noches
    . Transportación al aereopuerto y a los parques
    . Precio basado en 4 personas por habitación
    . Desayuno y cena en el hotel ver detalle

    Total Habitaciones:     |     Disponibles: 
 
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MIAMI CUP 2017.

FECHA DEL EVENTO.
LLEGADA:  SABADO 8 DE JULIO DEL 2017.
 SALIDA:    SABADO 15 DE JULIO DEL 2017.
 
AHORA ABIERTAS LAS REGISTRACIONES
 
*NOTA: TODOS LOS PAQUETES SON DE 8 DIAS / 7 NOCHES. TODOS LOS EQUIPOS TIENEN QUE ESTAR REGISTRADOS Y ALOJADOS PARA EL EVENTO EL SABADO 8 DE  JULIO DEL 2017. TODOS LOS PAGOS REFERENTES AL EVENTO TIENE QUE SER DIRECTOS CON LA WORLD SOCCER FOUNDATION.

World Soccer Foundation no se hace responsable de pagos realizados a intermediarios, agencias de viajes, etc.
Noticias de la FIFA

The record figures for the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2016 and the massive public interest in this March's Grand Final in New York showed once again that the virtual game can excite millions of people and mobilise them to follow the exploits of its greatest players.

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Having gone from amateur's representing their country to going toe-to-toe against the world champions, two of Gibraltar's footballing bloodlines discuss the side's family bond and more ahead of their first ever World Cup qualifier. More»


FIFA has left no stone unturned in its drive to improve diversity and anti-discrimination in the day-to-day business of world football and now it has taken the next step of launching 'The FIFA Diversity Award'. More»


A ceremony has been held in Montreal, Canada to mark McGill University, in partnership with CBI-Concordia Physio Sport NDG, becoming a FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence site. More»


San Marino goalkeeper Aldo Simoncini speaks about the pros and cons of being the last line of defence for a team regularly on the receiving end of heavy defeats from their European neighbours. More»


We look at the progress of the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium as it takes shape ahead of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, as well as explaining its place in the country's landscape and thinking behind its design. More»


An English kid, a Dutch relic and an improbable surge start from the Canaries feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with a prolific penalty-winner in Turin and profligacy in Eindhoven. More»


Iran's vice-captain Ashkan Dejagah has joined his national coach Carlos Queiroz in talking up Qatar’s chances of booking a direct berth in the 2018 FIFA World Cup, and complimented the 2022 hosts on their recent progress. More»


Akudo Iwuagwu, who played in three FIFA U-20 Women's World Cups for Nigeria, tells FIFA.com about how the event helped achieve her goal of playing professional football. More»


Paraguay goalkeeper Carlos Espinola talks with FIFA.com about juggling work as a public official with training for the upcoming FIFA Futsal World Cup Colombia 2016.

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With eight months until the kings of the sand are crowned at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Bahamas 2017, the pathway to glory has now been drawn with the release of the tournament’s match schedule. More»


Following the conclusion of the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Rio 2016, the protagonists are slowly returning to their everyday routines at club level. FIFA.com rounds up the most recent events in women’s club football. More»


Compared to the last qualifying fixtures back in March, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay and Venezuela will all have a new tactician on the touchline for Matchday 7 of the South American qualifiers. More»


Six mouth-watering showdowns loom large in Asia as the continent’s third qualifying round for Russia 2018 commences on Thursday. More»


Learn about all of the exciting ways that FIFA's digital platforms will be keeping you updated on the latest round of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia qualifiers. 

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FIFA.com hears from Gao Lin with the in-form goalscorer set to be a key contributor as the world's biggest nation aim to break their 16-year FIFA World Cup drought. More»


El Salvador midfielder Pablo Punyed speaks with FIFA.com about his nation's chances in reaching the "Hexagonal" round of Russia 2018 qualifying and his time playing club football in Iceland.

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FIFA.com hears from Pavel Datsyuk about his thoughts on Russia 2018, with the ice hockey star named FIFA World Cup ambassador for Yekaterinburg. More»


Colombia midfielder Daniel Torres speaks with FIFA.com about his life turnaround, redemption with Santa Fe and his country's quest to qualify for Russia 2018.

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FIFA.com takes a look at how the preparations are going in Saransk, the smallest of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Host Cities, ahead of the global extravaganza touching down in the Mordovian capital in two years' time.

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Versatile Germany defender Benedikt Howedes speaks to FIFA.com about the importance of team spirit, his role in the squad and the challenges of qualifying for Russia 2018 as the reigning champions.

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FIFA.com speaks with Australia's Brad Smith who has immediately settled into the left full-back position, a role which has long been problematic for the Socceroos. More»


We take a look at what's on the agenda next week on FIFA.com, with FIFA World Cup qualifying back with a bang as Europe begins its road to Russia 2018.

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Thirty five years ago world football lost Bela Guttman, and FIFA.com takes a look back at the legendary coach's career and some of his most memorable moments.

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In our regular Sunday feature, FIFA.com presents you with some of the biggest names in football who will be celebrating their birthdays over the coming week.

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FIFA.com speaks to Clemente Reynoso, a legend of Cuban futsal, who is set to mark his two decades in the job with a fifth appearance at the FIFA Futsal World Cup, at Colombia 2016.

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Continuing our series celebrating 25 of the most memorable moments from 25 years of the FIFA Women's World Cup, we remember how Laura Bassett became a reluctant star of the 2015 edition. More»


Korea Republic enter Thursday's opening match in Asia's third qualifying round for Russia 2018 against China PR with cause for optimism, though Chinese Super League-based defender Hong Jeongho has warned against any complacency.

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FIFA.com collects the best quotes from around the world of football featuring Robbie Keane, Neymar, Bastien Schweinsteiger, Victor Wanyama and many more.

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Canada star Atiba Hutchinson talks to FIFA.com about a pair of crucial upcoming qualifiers for Russia 2018, and the many differences between football in Turkey and soccer in Canada.  More»


The first trophy that Christian Cueva won in his career as a professional footballer was, believe it or not, a bull.

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Following the success of the maiden edition in 2014, the World Forum for Ethics in Business (WFEB) has again invited experts from around the globe to discuss all issues concerning ethical behaviour in sports in the second World Summit on Ethics and Leadership in Sports on 16 September at the Home of FIFA in Zurich. More»


Fleeing the horrors of the war in Syria, they were welcomed by Jordan and lived in purpose-built camps in the Al Mafraq region. There, they nourished hopes of being able to return to their homeland and their lives, thinking the war would not last long. But days, months and years rolled by, and those displaced Syrians became long-term refugees.

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FIFA, the Local Organising Committee (LOC), the Building and Wood Workers' International (BWI), and the Russian Construction Workers Union (RBWU) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate in ensuring decent and safe working conditions for the construction and renovation of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ stadiums. More»


Soline Djoubi speaks to FIFA.com about Cameroon's rocky road through qualifying for Jordan 2016 and why she believes the African debutantes are well placed to make a big impact. More»


FIFA has announced the referees and the assistant referees who will officiate at the forthcoming FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Jordan 2016.

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Canada’s bronze medal win at the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Rio 2016 saw the North Americans reach their highest-ever position of fourth in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Ranking. More»


A Moonwalk master joining an exclusive club, a saddening swansong, a ‘perfect’ treble and a goal flood highlight FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with a spot-kick specialist and a laudable landmark. More»


FIFA.com takes a closer look at the tiny Caribbean island of Curacao, who are making an heroic rise up the global world ranking thanks to a little help from a distant relation done good: Patrick Kluivert.

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The Football Association of Albania (FAF) has been sanctioned for fielding an ineligible player in the international friendly match played between Luxembourg and Albania on 29 March 2016. More»


Every week in the build-up to Russia 2018, FIFA.com will be highlighting a classic FIFA World Cup image. Our latest photograph captures England 1966's 'World Cup Willie' meeting the West Germany captain, Uwe Seeler. More»


Qualifying for next year's CAF Beach Soccer Africa Cup of Nations gets underway this weekend with Senegal and Madagascar trying to defend their spots at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup.

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Qatar captain Hasan Al Haidos tells FIFA.com why he and his team-mates feel capable of excelling in a tough Russia 2018 qualifying section that includes Korea Republic, Syria, Iran, China and Uzbekistan.
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Tomaž Vesel, the independent chairperson of FIFA’s Audit and Compliance Committee, and Issa Hayatou, the FIFA Finance Committee chairman, have appointed international legal and procurement advisor Dr. Peter Braun as an additional independent member to complete the three-person compensation sub-committee. More»


We hear from Thailand’s star striker Teerasil Dangda as the War Elephants prepare to do battle against the continent’s heavyweights for an unlikely berth at Russia 2018. More»


The Official Mascot of the FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 was unveiled today by the Local Organising Committee (LOC). More»


FIFA.com reviews the latest AFC Champions League action which saw FC Seoul and Al Nasr put one hand on a semi-final berth, but former continental winners Jeonbuk Motors and Al Ain have plenty of work ahead of them in the return leg. More»


Morocco's Wydad Casablanca earned a draw in Zambia to set up a semi-final against Cairo giants Zamalek, while the other match featured a southern African contest. More»


Republic of Ireland's all-time goalscorer and record caps holder Robbie Keane announced his retirement from international football after an 18-year career with The Boys in Green. More»


Having scored a decisive goal at Thailand 2012 as a youngster, Iran's Hossein Tayebi talks with FIFA.com about his determination to help lead his country to their highest ever finish at the FIFA Futsal World Cup Colombia 2016.

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FIFA.com speaks to Peter McParland about his goalscoring exploits at the 1958 FIFA World Cup, a tournament which saw minnows Nothern Ireland become the then-smallest nation to qualify for the global finals.

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WSF - World Soccer Foundation - dedicada a la promoción mundial de fútbol juvenil al más alto nivel. Haga clic en el vídeo de arriba para ver lo que sucedió en los torneos anteriores.


 
 
PUNTA CANA CUP 2016, Republica Dominicana

Detalles del Torneo

Fecha: Octubre 27 al 31 del 2016

Hotel: Bavaro Palace Deluxe

Costo de Registración: $375.00 por equipo

Categorias: SUB 10, SUB 12, SUB, 14, SUB 16 y SUB 18


Registrarse aqui para este evento.

1.-Ceremonia de apertura
2.-3 juegos garantizados
3.-Trofeo para todos los equipos
4.-Balón de Juego
5.-Todas las bebidas y comidas incluidas
6.-Hospedaje 5 dias 4 noches todo incluido en la playa
7.-Costo por persona $740.00

Póliza de Pago

Pago de la registración antes de Diciembre 15 del 2015.

Reservación de las habitaciones: deben pagar $200.00 por persona para para Enero 15 2016.

Un pago de $280.00 por persona será colectado 3 meses antes de que el evento comienze.

La cantidad restante de $260.00 por persona será colectada un mes antes del evento.


Nota: Todos los pagos tienen que ser en las fechas acordadas ya que de no ser así pueden perder el depósito.