3v3 Soccer Tournaments
Here are some of the 3v3 soccer tournament series that you will find across the United States. These tournaments are devoted to providing 3v3 soccer competitions for all ages and skill levels. Most provide local 3v3 soccer tournaments and allow the top teams to advance to regional and national level small sided tournaments.
Disney 3v3 Soccer Championships
The Disney 3v3 Soccer Championships feature an Open and Invitational Division. All teams are allowed to participate in the Open Division tournament. To compete in the Invitational Division, your team must qualify in a 3v3 soccer tournament from Challenge 3v3, Kick It 3v3, 3v3 Live, or World Futbol Tour championship tournaments around the United States.
Kick It 3v3 Soccer
Kick It is probably the largest and most well-known 3v3 soccer tournament series. They are a well run organization with lots of local tournaments. Since 2014, the national tournament is now combined with other 3v3 series at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando, Florida. It's a top quality 3v3 tournament with many teams competing from across the nation. Kick It 3v3 soccer tournaments are open to all ages.
Kick It Soccer uses top quality 3v3 soccer goals made of solid metal tubing that allow shots to bounce off the post and back into play. These 4ft by 8ft portable 3v3 goals are called Interactive Goals®. The goals must be anchored into the ground but you can buy an adapter kit for each goal that allows it to be placed on turf or indoor fields. These 3v3 goals are produced by Goal Oriented, Inc. which can be found at www.soccergoals.com.
3v3 Live Soccer Tour
3v3 Live is a large and quickly growing 3v3 soccer tournament series that hosts lots of local tournaments across the nation. Qualifying teams can participate in their regional 3v3 tournaments that is offered at various locations and times of the year. Tournaments are open for all ages. Since 2014, the national tournament is now combined with other 3v3 series at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando, Florida.
3v3 Live uses 3v3 soccer goals made by Triad Sports Group LLC. The Bownet™ 3v3 goals are light and easy to assemble but have a very thin front surface that usually does not allow the soccer ball to bounce back into play. They can be used on any surface and do not require anchors in the ground. Bownet goals come in different sizes but the official 3v3 goals are 4ft by 8ft. More information can be found at www.bownet.net.
Challenge Sports 3v3 Soccer Tournament Series
Challenge Sports offers 3v3 and full sided soccer tournaments primarily in the eastern part of the United States. The tournaments are available for youth and adults. They also offer a national tournament to qualifying teams. For 2014, the national tournament is now combined with other 3v3 series at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando, Florida.
Challenge Sports uses 3v3 soccer goals made by Samba. Samba 3v3 goals are 4ft by 8ft portable goals made of high impact uPVC and are easy to assemble. In the U.S. these goals can be found at Net World Sports.
Quickfoot Tournament Series
Based out of Forney, TX, Quickfoot offers small sided soccer tournaments in North Texas for 3v3, 4v4, and 6v6. The tournaments are available for youth and adults with the older ages progressing towards the larger numbers. The 2016-2017 Quickfoot Tournament Series consist of regional qualifiers in Texas that lead up to the Quickfoot Tournament of Champions.
3v3 World Tour
The 3v3 World Tour, was developed by like-minded event professionals in order to create a national soccer platform for participants and players of all ages and abilities. With former directors from the Got Milk 3v3 Soccer Shootout and Kick It 3v3 Soccer Tours, the management group saw a need for a well-run 3v3 tour that would responsibly promote and develop 3v3 soccer. In doing so, the 3v3 World Tour has made a commitment to creating premium events that will be guided by core values that include quality, integrity and innovation. Since 2014, the national tournament is now combined with other 3v3 series at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando, Florida.