Alianza National Finals are coming

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The 2022 Alianza de Futbol Tour will finish up with the National Finals from 5-10 November in Phoenix, Arizona at the Bell Bank park, with an event that has no competition in the U.S, because it gathers the best Hispanic talent in the already known: Allstate Sueño Alianza National Showcase for a full week.

Young soccer players will have the opportunity to display their talent before 30 profesional teams from Mexico and the U.S. A unique opportunity for those who dream of being profesional players.

During the tour in 10 of the cities with the largest Hispanic presence in the country (Phoenix, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, San José, El Paso and Austin), more than 4,800 players from different categories played in front of scouts from Chivas, Cimarrones, Pachuca, Mazatlán FC, América, FC Juarez, Tigres, FC Dallas, Austin FC, Houston Dynamo, Chicago Fire, FC Cincinnati, LA Galaxy, San Jose Earthquakes, Philadelphia Union and Real Salt Lake.

Only 64 of them got an invitation to participate in the National Showcase. Next Sunday, October 2 at 3PM Eastern, 2PM Central and 12PM Pacific, during the República Deportiva program, broadcast by TUDN, we will finally meet the 64 selected talents who will star in the 2022 edition.

More than 30 scouts from Liga MX, MLS and college, as well as representatives of the national teams of both countries, have already confirmed their presence.

This event will culminate on November 10 with the traditional scarf ceremony, where players will have the opportunity to receive direct invites from the scouts and teams. Santiago Muñoz (Newcastle), Jonathan González, (Minnesota United Football Club), Jazmyn Guerrero, Amalia López, Julie López, Jaida Arizmendi and Elliana Ramírez, are some of the players, already professionals who were part of this program.

Along with the tryouts, there are also the National Finals of Ford Copita Alianza and Verizon Copa Alianza, on November 5-6, at the same venue.

Ford Copita Alianza National Finals will define the National Champions of the U13, U15, Girls U16, U17 and U19 categories.

The winners by city will be measured in the last of the battles, which undoubtedly promises emotion and intensity in every minute of play.

For its part, Verizon Copa Alianza National Finals, will offer a contest where 20 teams will fight shoulder to shoulder to take the crown that distinguishes them as the best of 2022, and prize money of $40,000 for first place and $10,000 for the second place.

September 30, 2022

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