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Philadelphia Cup Division
|Date||May 30th – May 31st, 2015 (Saturday – Sunday)|
|Venue||PPL Park & Academy Fields| Home of the Philadelphia Union
|Time||May 30th (Saturday) - 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
May 31st (Sunday) - 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
|Organizer||United World Sports|
|Previous Champions||2015 marks the Inaugural event|
|Tournament Bracket||Round Robin: 1 pools of 4 will play 3 matches each on Saturday. 3 points for win, 2 point for draw, 1 points for loss
Playoffs: Teams will be re-seeded and play semi final matches on Sunday. The top 2 teams will meet for the final in PPL Stadium on Sunday. The bottom 2 teams will play in a 3rd place matchup as well.
|Official Draw||To Be Announced|
|Match Duration||Seven minutes each way with two-minute intervals for pool, knock-out matches. Tournament Challenger final will be seven minutes each way with two-minute intervals; 7 minutes each way for the Championship final.|
|Sevens Rugby||With only seven players per team playing on the same size pitch as a 15’s rugby match, sevens rugby offers non-stop action where speed, high scoring & athleticism rule the day. Rugby Sevens will be an Olympic sport starting in 2016 and the USA Sevens Rugby Collegiate Championship Invitational offers fans a preview of the talent pool available for the U.S. Olympic team.|