The Warren County Sports Park at Union Village will host a countrywide youngsters’ football event next spring.
The Premier Supercopa occasion will be the primary countrywide championship soccer occasion at the new park, consistent with Ben Huffman, director of sports organizations for the Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau (WCCVB).
“Being decided on to host this sort of rather seemed tournament become an absolute honor, and we’re looking forward to operating along with the Cincinnati USA CVB, U90C, and absolutely everyone concerned to position on a tremendous occasion,” Huffman stated in a press launch.
The 2019 tournament, held final week at MoneyGram Soccer Park in Dallas, drew a predicted 20,000 people over five days, in step with the release issued using the bureau.
In Dallas, the management corporation for the event announced its 2020 tournament would be performed on the Warren County Sports Park from June 17 to June 21, 2020, in keeping with the release issued this week.
Work commenced on the 128-acre Warren County Sports Park in February 2018. The sports complicated off Ohio 741 in Turtlecreek Twp. It is anticipated to be finished later this year.
Last week, Warren County Economic Development Director Martin Russell stated the WCCVB changed into thinking about establishing the complicated in 2020.
The complex capabilities 14 international-sized soccer fields, six baseball fields, and different amenities.
The Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau and the WCCVB mounted a joint effort to cozy the tournament.
Held annually, the invitation-most effective event capabilities nearly 200 children soccer golf equipment, more than 3,000 of the nation’s OK boys and ladies players nine-12 years vintage.
“We’ve constructed the best vacation spot sports activities park in Southern Ohio and couldn’t have picked a higher event to help inaugurate this new facility,” stated Phillip S. Smith, president & CEO of the WCCVB.
According to Destination International’s Event Impact Calculator estimates, the event will generate a financial impact of greater than $14 million for Greater Cincinnati.