Quad Cities Soccer Team Will Represent Iowa In International Tournament
The Quad-Cities is going to be representing the state of Iowa in an upcoming international soccer tournament!
The Quad City Strikers Soccer Club’s U14 boys team won the state of Iowa’s Presidents Cup tournament. They will represent Iowa as they play against other top-ranked international teams from around the world at the USA Cup in Minneapolis next week. (July 11-17) The annual competition draws more than 1,200 clubs worldwide and is only open to eligible top-ranked clubs.
Who are the Quad City Strikers?
Quad City Strikers U14 boys are the #1 ranked soccer team in their division in Iowa. The team is made up of Aiden Nuci, Caleb Hythecker, Colton Schuette, Connor Wehr, Drew Craig, Easton Bohnstengel, Fred Callender, Jackson Leary, Javier Alvarado, Joseph Ly, Lance Brock, Nathan Winger, Payton Douglas, Seth Utsinger and Wyatt Marshall.
“We are extremely proud of all of our teams at Quad City Strikers, and are very proud of these boys who have worked hard to rise to this level of competition and compete at an international level,” said Morgan Pullias, club president for Quad City Strikers. “The Quad-Cities is an excellent soccer market that features a lot of talented players and we’re proud to be representing the Quad-Cities, and the state of Iowa, in this prestigious tournament."
“This is just the beginning of a lot of positive developments for the club, as we’re always looking to provide the best experience for all our players and parents,” Pullias said. “Strikers offers awesome coaching and a great soccer experience with the lowest and most affordable fees which is important during these tough financial times.”
You know how expensive gas and many other things are, right now.
With these and other high costs of the tournament, the Quad City Strikers have set up a GoFundMe for the team and appreciate any and all donations that can be offered.