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GPS FC Bayern Junior Showcase

By GPS Media, 10/07/16, 2:45PM EDT

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Inaugural Event Set for January in CA

Waltham, MA, October 7th, 2016: GPS is pleased to announce the inaugural GPS FC Bayern Junior showcase to be held this January in Oceanside, CA.

The tournament which will take place January 7 – 8, 2017 in SoCal Sports Complex, California will be used to identify players for the GPS FC Bayern National team pool at the 2004 and 2003 age groups with FC Bayern Coaches in attendance to evaluate players..

Additional brackets are reserved to teams from U9 to U14. Enter your team today or connect with James Hamblin, jhamblin@globalpremiersoccer.com, for more information.

GPS FC Bayern Coordinator, Tommaso Trevisan said he is looking forward to the first showcase event at an outstanding facility.

“Having all of the best players from across the country, all in one place is an exciting prospect,” said Trevisan. “This event creates a unique opportunity for GPS Elite players to advance to the next level.”

Another exciting aspect of the tournament is that FC Bayern staff will be at the venue during the technical visit to evaluate players as one of their bi-annual visits to GPS.

“It is such a tremendous opportunity for the players to have the FC Bayern staff on west coast where our highest level players will be showcasing their talent,” said Peter Bradley, GPS Director of Coaching.

The talented players who get selected for the GPS FC Bayern National Teams go on to play in 2017 summer tournaments such as: the Foyle Cup in Northern Ireland, the Dana Cup in Denmark and the Surf Cup in San Diego.

If you want to learn more about the GPS FC Bayern National team, please visit http://www.globalpremiersoccer.net/page/show/2042020-gps-fc-bayern-national-team

Feel free to direct any questions you have about the GPS FC Bayern Junior showcase to GPS FC Bayern Coordinator, Tommaso Trevisan at ttrevisan@globalpremiersoccer.com

Twenty coaches and six selected players from GPS and FCB Affiliate clubs travelled to Munich