The Colon Cancer Coalition is excited to have been selected as one of four organizations to be recognized at the Schwan’s USA Cup Kick Cancer Day on Wednesday, July 20.

Kick Cancer will not only raise funds, but also gives the Colon Cancer Coalition and three other organizations the opportunity for exposure to USA CUP participants, coaches and fans.

How it works!

  • For every goal scored and shutout recorded Schwan’s USA CUP will donate $1 to Kick Cancer. Player who scored and goalie who earned a shutout will get to choose their organization!
  • Player who scored and goalies who earn a shutout will also receive a special Kick Cancer gift.
  • Participants and spectators will be able to donate to the organization of their choice at the Kick Cancer Headquarters.
  • The Colon Cancer Coalition will be given a quadrant of fields to decorate. The game balls in that area will be blue!

Is Your Youth Team Playing in the Schwan’s USA CUP Tournament?

Encourage them to choose the Colon Cancer Coalition as their organization to support.

  • Donate today!
    Donate prior to the tournament through the Kick Cancer webpage. The team that raises the highest donation total will receive a gift for the entire team from Schwan’s USA CUP!
  • Support Kick Cancer at the retail store
    The retail store in the Sport Expo Center will be selling Kick Cancer t-shirts in the four colors of the organizations participating in the day (Colon Cancer Coalition’s will be blue).

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The 32th annual Schwan’s USA CUP will be held at the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minnesota, July 19-23, 2016.

2013’s  Schwan’s USA CUP featured 1,016 teams, representing 17 countries and 17 states. It is the largest youth soccer tournament in the Western Hemisphere. With an out-of-state economic impact of over $20 million, Schwan’s USA CUP is Minnesota’s largest annual out-of-state tourism event.

The tournament is unique as the only tournament of its size in the world that holds all its games on a single contiguous campus. It’s also known for its ambitious program of off-the-field activities that include an Olympic-style opening ceremony, a daily video show, live webcasting of selected games, social and educational activities for the players and their families, and tours to major Twin Cities tourist destinations, such as Valleyfair, the Science Museum of Minnesota, the Mall of America, and Bunker Beach water park.