BEAT the HEAT
August 17 & 18, 2013
Click here to register Deadline for registration is August 3rd. Don’t delay.
Your team is invited to apply to the Beat the Heat Soccer Showcase presented by Real Athletic Development – Football Club (RAD-FC). This event will take place on August 17 & 18, 2013 on the Emerald Coast in beautiful Destin, Florida. There’s no better way to start the new season by taking a trip to the coast and enjoying a fun weekend of soccer.
To view more information about the tournament and to register, please visit the tournament website by clicking here.
Real Athletic Development (RAD) is pleased to announce the addition of an exhibition match between NCAA division 1 college, University of Central Arkansas (UCA), and University of Mobile (UM) to the Beat the Heat Soccer Showcase presented by RAD on August 17 & 18 in Destin, Florida. “We are very excited to be a part of Beat the Heat,” says UCA assistant soccer coach Ryan Webb. “To play in front of competitive youth soccer teams from across the southeast is something we hope will inspire the future stars of our sport. “
In addition to training at Destin’s Morgan Sports Complex in the days leading up to the exhibition match, the coaching staff will be scouting top talent at the Beat the Heat tournament. “The southeast is known for having amazing young athletes. We are always looking for top tier talent to be a part of our program,” says Webb. “Scouting these type of showcase tournaments is part of what we do at UCA. It’s also a great way for us to reach outside our state and do some real networking with coaches and players.”
The Beat the Heat Soccer Showcase is expected to draw top level competitive soccer teams in the U8 to U18 divisions from Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina, as well as central and south Florida. The event will kick off Friday night, August 16, 2013 with team check-in and coaches networking event at Fudpucker’s Beachside Bar & Grill. Games begin Saturday and continue with champions crowned on Sunday afternoon.