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Seaside Classic 2021!
Join us for the 28th Annual
Seaside Classic Soccer Tournament!
July 10-11, 2021
$100.00 Discount if registered by March 31st!
Join the fun this summer! Plan a mini summer vacation or spend the week in wonderful South County, RI while getting to play and watch some of the best soccer around. Our Tournament is one of the largest summer tournaments in the Northeast and we continue to offer competition at all levels for Boys & Girls U8-U19.
Imagine all of this can be found in an area just a goalie's punt away from beautiful beaches, family fun parks, and delicious restaurants. Don't Miss Out! Make your summer plans and register today with NO financial risk!
We are cautiously optimistic this year. Team fees will not be collected until the acceptance date on or after May 15th. Our acceptance date may be extended to allow for Covid-19 clarification or changes. All registered teams will be notified before payments are processed.
Register by March 31, 2021 and save $100.00 off of your team's registration fee. For Clubs who bring 5 or more teams, we also provide a multi-team rebate to be provided after the tournament.
**In the event of a tournament cancellation or travel restrictions due to Covid-19 (after the acceptance date) we will continue to offer full refunds to our teams, minus a $50 Processing fee.
Teams are required to book hotel rooms using our hotel booking agency.
We look forward to your participation and hope to see you this summer.
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Exceptional Seaside Classic
The Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation called the recycling efforts of SCYSC's Seaside Classic Tournament volunteers "exceptional." Our recycling efforts diverted 1,340 lbs of mixed recycling from ending up in the Johnston landfill. Our recovery rate was estimated at 80%, which is pretty good. Next year we hope to capture 99.9%! Thank you to the Sorlien family for spearheading this effort.