Sioux Falls will be playing host to a very prestigious soccer tournament this week and in the process bringing 5 to 6 thousand visitors to our city.

The U.S. Youth Soccer Midwest Presidents Cup tournament will bring over 180 teams from 13 states to Sioux Falls. These teams are competing at Yankton Trail Park for a place in the National Tournament in Wichita, Kansas.

kids playing soccer
Getty/Thinkstock Images and Canva
loading...
Sioux Falls last hosted a U.S. Youth Soccer event in 2017 for the Region II Midwest Championships, but the Midwest Presidents Cup is a tier above in the tournament hierarchy. Everyone is invited to watch this exciting soccer competition.
In addition to the tournament at Yankton Trail Park, the Midwest Presidents Cup will also include "Party Off the Pitch" in Downtown Sioux Falls, on Friday, June 14 from 4:30 to 6:30 PM on Phillips Avenue between 9th and 10th streets.
There will be a DJ, games, giveaways, and more all while encouraging the teams to explore everything in downtown Sioux Falls.
There will also be a Father's Day 5K on Sunday, June 16, from 8 to 10 AM at Tomar Park, with "Donuts With Dad" at the finish line.
kids playing soccer
Getty/Thinkstock Images and Canva
loading...

 READ MORE: 2 SD Cities on List of Best Places for Summer Jobs

Dakota Alliance Soccer is still looking for volunteers to help put on these fantastic events and you can sign up online.
For more information, see Dakota Alliance Soccer or call 605-332-5911.

10 Highest Paying Jobs in Sioux Falls That Don't Require a Degree

These days, workers are in high demand, and there are plenty of great-paying jobs right here in Sioux Falls if you know where to look.

You won't need a Bachelor's, Associate's, or any type of College Degree for these high-dollar jobs.

These high-paying gigs are just the tip of the iceberg. To see the full list of the top 50 from Stacker, click here.

Gallery Credit: Andy Gott

7 Famous Athletes from South Dakota

South Dakota may have a small population, but our state's contributions to sports have been pretty big.

People born in the 605 have gone on to be in the NFL, Major League Baseball, the NBA, WWE, WNBA, and in the Olympics.

Meet seven of the most famous:

More From KIKN-FM / Kickin' Country 99.1/100.5