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Amateur Cup

The Rogues defeat NPSL NY Shockers in extra time to advance to the regional semifinals


Portions of this game were Livestreamed on our Facebook page.  Here are the links:

Second Half Livestream

Extra Time and Post Game

2024 USASA Regional Rounds

Due to the 100th Anniversary of the USASA National Amateur Cup, Mass Soccer was able to secure two bids into the regional rounds of the Cup. We are proud to have Providence City and Sete de Setembro USA represent us.

Opening Round USASA Region I Results:

  • Sete traveled to Newtown with a short bench and put up a good fight.  They lost 2-0 to the Pride who were the 2019 National Champs.
  • PCFC hosted NY Greek Americans in a "Match that Didn't Happen". (Click link to see PCFC's account of the match.) NYGA filed a protest asking for a forfeit.  The Protest was denied. Providence City advances to the regional quarterfinals and will face NPSL NY Shockers on April 27th at the Shocker's Stadium in Colonie, NY.

2023-2024 State Amateur Cup Champions: PCFC

It was a long journey to the 2023 State Amateur Cup Final for the Providence City Rogues. This quest first began when the Rouges won the 2022 Ocean Soccer State League Cup thus earning them a bid into the 2023 Mass Soccer Champions Cup Tournament.

In this summer's Champions Cup Tournament, the Rogues battled their way through tough competition as they faced off and defeated the other 2022-2023 League and Cup Champions in the state, defeating Boa Vista (Torres FC) in the final match by a score of 4-2.

This title earned them passage and the #1 seed in the 2023 Mass Soccer Amateur Cup. In the quarterfinal round, they defeated Safira, then upset BSSL division 1 side, CD Faialense in the semifinals, and in the state final faced Sete de Setembro, a tough opponent from the Eastern Premier Soccer League (regional league). The Rogues prevailed in this match by a score of 2-1 earning them their second state title of the year.

Providence City becomes only the second team to capture both the Champions Cup and Amateur Cup titles in the same year.  This was first accomplished by FC Omens last year.

Providence City will advance to USASA Amateur Cup Region I competition in April. 2024 marks the historic 100th anniversary of this prestigious National Cup.  Due to the participation levels and high quality of teams in Massachusetts, we were given a second entry into Amateur Cup regionals.  Our state runner-up, Sete de Setembro, will also be joining Providence City in the next round of this tournament.

The winner of Region I will advance to play the champions of the other four regions on July 25-28th in DeKalb, Illinois. Click here for more information on the 2024 USASA National Amateur Cup

The Mass Soccer State Cup is open to Amateur Players only.  If you have any questions on a player's status please email our state registrar at

2023 Schedule

Tournament Information Emails to go out to captains on October 7th.

Roster Freeze: October 19th

Scheduling window for each round:

  • Opening Round: October 23rd-October 29th
    • Inter Boston vs Safira FC: 1-3 - Safira advances
    • Rovers FC vs SC Boston: 6-1 - Rovers advance
    • Loco Gunners vs Cutelinho FC: 3-2 Loco Gunners advance
    • CANCELLED: Cafe de Fogo vs MIT FC - Cafe De Fogo Advances on a forfeit.
  • Quarterfinals: October 30th- November 5th
    • Providence City FC vs Safira FC: 2-0 - PCFC advances
    • CD Faialense vs Rovers FC: 4-2 - CD Faialense advances
    • FC Omens vs Loco Gunners: 0-4 - Gunners advance
    • Sete Setembro  vs Cafe De Fogo: 3-2 (PKs) Sete advances 
  • Semifinals: November 6th – 12th:
    • Providence City FC vs CD Faialense: 2-0 - Providence City advances.
    • Loco Gunners vs Sete Setembro: 1-2 - Sete advances.
  • Final:  PCFC vs Sete: Saturday, November 18th 12:30pm:  Lorusso Field (Walpole) - Turf #1

Scheduling flexibility and notes:

  • Midweek games are highly encouraged but both teams need to agree on the night. 
  • Fields will need lights for weeknight games.

State Cup Seedings:


1. Providence City FC

2. FC Omens

3. Sete Setembro

4. CD Faialense

5. Rovers FC

6. Cafe Fogo

7. Loco Gunners

8. Inter Boston

9. Safira

10. Cutelinho

11. MIT FC

12. SC Boston

Mass Soccer State Cup Rules

Massachusetts State Cup Rules

It is the responsibility of all competing team to please review.

Scheduling Reminders:

1. Teams are scheduled by a draw that is held by the State Registrar and verified by the Cup Commissioner. 

2. Champions Cup Winner is awarded the #1 in the Draw.

3. Games will follow the published bracket. Mass Soccer will provide a field for the state finals. 

4. In the opening rounds of the competition, the team scheduled as home team, must provide a field. 

a)  When scheduling your games, keep in mind that: 

• Saturday games must kickoff at 10am or later. 

• Sunday games must kickoff at noon or later. 

• For games starting at 3pm or later, the field must have lights. 

• Consent from your opponent is needed for games kicking off after 6pm. 

• Mid-week games are welcomed and encouraged if both teams agree. 

b) The home team must confirm the game details to the Commissioners no less than 7 days prior to the scheduled game date. (Referees are provided by Mass Soccer, so it is very important you send these fixture details asap, so we can assign your referee crew.)

US Amateur Cup General Information

The US Amateur Cup also known as the USASA Amateur Cup, is a soccer competition open to all amateur teams affiliated with the United States Soccer Federation.  For more information see:  US Amateur Cup Tournament Information

Mass Soccer runs a State Cup each fall.  We support our state champion with paid entry into USASA Region 1 competition and a stipend to represent Massachusetts at the regional and national level games. Winner of the national championship is granted a birth in the USSF Open Cup and USASA Steinbrecher's Cup in the following year.

The last MASS team to win the National Amateur Cup title was the 2012 Battery Park Gunners!!

State Cup History