Kelvin Norman Memorial Soccer Tournament
The Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club is proud to continue the fine tradition of the Kelvin Norman Soccer Tournament. The tournament offers great competition at one of the finest sports complexes in Colorado, while honoring one of the pioneers of Colorado youth soccer. A portion of each tournament fee will go directly to the Kelvin Norman Scholarship Fund.
U9-U18 boys and girls developmental teams 5 guest players allowed per team.
U11-U18 boys and girls ALL competitive teams 5 guest players allowed per team.
Guest Player Form
2013 Kelvin Norman
Aurora Sports Park
May 31, June 1 and June 2, 2013
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U9-U10 Developmental $525 - includes 13 tickets to Colorado Rapids home game.
U11-U18 Developmental and Competitive $750 - includes 16 tickets to Colorado Rapids home game.
Registration is now closed but we still need the following teams:
U11 Girls P2 or U12 Girls Classic (Advanced)
U13/U14 Recreational Girls Team
U11/U12 Recreational Boys Team
To see if there are still spots available, please contact Brenda House. For more detailed information, please read the Kelvin Norman Tournament Rules.
The Volkswagen International Junior Masters Tournament at the Kelvin Norman Memorial Tournament
The VW Jr. Masters is an international tournament sponsored by VW and Major League Soccer. The Denver regional tournament is part of a worldwide qualifying process that is taking place in 20 soccer countries and will produce national champions who compete in the 2014 World Finals in Brazil.
All boys born in 2001 may participate and select teams of U11s and U12s can meet the age requirement. Teams can register for the Kelvin Norman Tournament at the regular cost and request the VW Junior Masters. When registering, a team must specify their current level of play. A team may do this by listing the VW Junior Masters in the "request section" or by emailing a request to Harald Heinrich.
Winners: The two top regional finishers will advance to the national finals in Kansas City, July 29-31, 2013 (the same weekend as the MLS All-Star Game with tickets provided to attend the game). The winner in Kansas City will participate in the Volkswagen Junior Masters World Finals in Brazil in Spring 2014. Teams are responsible for their own travel expenses to the regional tournaments and national championship tournament.
- Teams play a minimum of three games
- Excellent competition
- World class facilities
About Kelvin Norman
The Kelvin Norman Memorial Scholarship is an annual full scholarship in honor of Kelvin Norman, who had a constant and lasting impact on the lives of countless Colorado youth soccer players. The scholarship is funded through proceeds from the Kelvin Norman Memorial Soccer Tournament and the generous support of the Norman family.
Scholarships are provided annually to two Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club recreational players and two competitive players. Candidates selected for the scholarship are nominated by our coaching staff and selected based on demonstration of the following characteristics:
- Exemplary Effort - Candidates should be recognized by their coaches as exhibiting constant and high quality effort on the practice and game field and have a passion for the game;
- Sportsmanship - In attitude and in practice, successful candidates should demonstrate the qualities of excellent sportsmanship, including: fairness, respect for teammates, coaches, referees and opponents and graciousness no matter the outcome of the game;
- Scholarship - Candidates should exhibit the same qualities in school as on the soccer field, characterized by high attendance and honest effort.
NDP is proud to be the exclusive provider of tournament branded apparel at the 2013 Kelvin Norman Memorial Tournament. You can find us at our tent near the tournament headquarters at each day of the event.
Need a place to stay? Cambria Suites provides a game day getaway. Call 303-576-9600 and ask for Rebekah in Sales, or reference the Kelvin Norman Soccer Tournament. Click here for details.