A few match schedules have been updated as of 6/3/2014. To view all 80+ divisions and download your team's division, CLICK HERE. Be sure to notify your team if there have been changes. Good Luck to all the 2014 participants!
Interested in getting involved with the 21st McDonald's NASSC? Volunteer individually or with a group of friends this year! Our tournament wouldn't be sandsational without all our awesome volunteers. Click HERE for full position details and to sign up!
Congratulations to the 2014 McDonald’s U.S. OPEN Pro/Am National Championship SELECTEES:
CD National, Madiera Is., PORTUGAL
Deerfield Beach RAVE, Deerfield Beach, FLORIDA
Great Lakes BSC, Grand Haven, MICHIGAN
HRSC Elite, Va Beach, VIRGINIA
Los Angeles BSC, Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
Montco Azzurri , Landsdale, PENNSYLVANIA
Miami United, Miami, FLORIDA
PJ’s FC, McLean, VIRGINIA
Quality BSC, Nassau, BAHAMAS
Prado Junior Futebol Praia, Rio de Janiero, BRAZIL
Rush BSC, Cleveland, OHIO
Team Canada, Montreal, CANADA
Tidewater Captains, Va Beach, VIRGINIA
VBFH Xplosion, Va Beach, VIRGINIA
Vision Sports Dakar, Dakar, SENEGAL
This will be our largest and most competitive U.S. OPEN pro/am National Championship since the OPEN began in 2001. Based on increased interest in the OPEN this year, including from international squads, we have expanded the size of the competition from our normal 10 teams to 15! To read more about this highly intense and competitive division, CLICK HERE for more details on the McDonald's U.S. Open.
The McDonald's NASSC will again offer food vendor, retail and marketing sites this year, strategically placed in high profile areas, offering a mix of product categories. You are invited to submit your applications as a concessionaire at this “blast in the sand.” To be considered for one of our selective vendor spots click HERE for more information!
Registration for the 21st annual McDonald's NASSC is now OPEN! Stake your claim now to ensure a spot in “THE BIG ONE”, always a sell-out! For full registration details CLICK HERE. Acceptance is based on a first-in-first accepted principle; with the single exception of U.S. OPEN.