Appalachian & WHS
People of the Planet Soccer Tournament
Sunday April 1, 2012

Watauga High School Soccer Field

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The 6th Annual Appalachian's People of the Planet Soccer Tournament will be held as part of Appalachian State University Diversity Celebration at Watauga High School on Sunday April 1, 2012. This tournament will bring together ASU and local players from around the world to celebrate diversity on the soccer field.  This year, players from U.S. and many countries across the world will play on the four adult teams. In addition to the adult teams, we will have soccer matches for youth boys and girls in U6(5,6), U8(7,8), U10(9,10), U12(11,12), U14(13,14) age groups. Also, children can register to carry small flags with the players before each game. All players will receive a custom-made jersey that are made for the event. Thank you in advance for supporting this FREE event by participating.  

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  • Youth Players' Registration Form
  • Schedule of Adult Games and Youth Games
  • All Adult Teams' Rosters : Team Earh, Team Fire, Team Space , Team Water, and Ladies Teams
  • Youth Players Rosters: U6 (Water & Earth) , U8 (Space & Fire), U10 (Earth & Water) , U12 (Space & Fire) , WHS Roster and U14 (Not enough player) please come
  • Teams' Uniforms
  • Countries with Representation
  • Members of the Organizing Committee
  • Poster and One Page Brochure in Spanish
  • Directions to the Watauga High School (300 Go Pioneers Drive Boone, NC 28607)
  • ASU Weather
  • Sponsors

  • To open last year's web page Click here
  • Some Pictures from 2011
  • History of the Tournament

  • The People of the Planet lost the 2011 Tournament Co-Chair, coach Shaun Pendleton. He was the main reason the tournament was so successful in the past four years. The 2011 tournament was the biggest ever. We will always remember him Tournament 2011 Closing Ceremony
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