PFC 2019: October 12-14

PFC 2019: October 12-14

2018 Girls 5/6 6v6 Champions – Westford Girls FC

The Pepperell Fall Classic (PFC) is an annual youth soccer tournament with teams attending from all over New England. It is THE tournament of the fall season! We are celebrating our 34th year and look forward to another successful tournament!

The tournament is open to non-competitive, boys, girls, and/or coed Grade 1/2 and Grade 3/4 divisions, along with competitive and non-competitive divisions for boys and girls for Grade 5/6, Grade 7/8, and high school. Grade 1/2 and grade 3/4 will be 7v7, grade 5/6 will be 9v9, and grade 7/8 and high school divisions will be 6v6.

For questions about the tournament, please contact our tournament directors at: .

Mid-Week Update

Hey everyone. We are aware of the pending weather later this week and will work to ensure it has minimal impact on the tournament. Games will be played rain or shine unless there is a significant concern for player safety.

Also, a note on roster size: In the past we have received requests to have rosters over the max size listed on the tournament website. In many instances we have allowed teams to have over sized rosters. This has led to frustration and complaints from coaches. Given that one of the goals of PFC is to provide an experience for all those wishing to play, we have enacted the following policy on oversize rosters:

Oversize rosters are permitted; however, only up to the max roster may be on the sideline for a given game. For example, if a Grade 7/8 team (max roster of 9) has 11 players, all 11 may be on the roster but only 9 will be permitted per game.

Schedules and Field Marshalls

Thank you to all the teams who have registered for this year’s tournament. We are in the process of putting some final touches on the matchups and will release this year’s schedule soon!

Coaches: We will be utilizing field marshals throughout the tournament and ask each coach to sign up for at least one time slot as a field marshal. Sign Up Now »

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