The 2017 Manchester City Cup returns to San Diego this Memorial Day boasting several exciting changes to the tournament format. The new extended play format will guarantee every accepted team four competitive games. 422 top-level teams have already been accepted, 100+ teams more than last year’s event.
This year, in the B2002 Academy Super Group, Manchester City’s Youth Academy returns along with defending champions Xolos Academy. Joining them to complete the Academy Super Group will be: Tottenham Hotspur FC Youth Academy from London, Club America from Mexico City, LA Galaxy, San Jose Earthquakes, Seattle Sounders, Houston Texans, Crossfire Premier, Pateadores SC, FC Golden State and San Diego Surf. Who will emerge to take the title this year from this impressive list of clubs?