Clemson University Paralympic Soccer Program Kick-Off
The paralympic soccer program is officially underway providing opportunities to athletes with cerebral palsy and traumatic brain injuries to pursue athletics and academic goals.
'Adapt and Thrive': Clemson Program Coming Together
Clemson's Paralympic Soccer program allows athletes to overcome adversity faced in learning to thrive while living with disability. The program also builds awareness of the sport.
The Clemson University Paralympic Soccer Program (CUPS) is seeking elite players to train in a 7v7 small-sided format while working toward their university degrees.
This program presents a unique opportunity to play the game of soccer in a competitive training environment while still receiving a quality education and a great university student experience.
Some of the top athletes will have the opportunity to receive scholarships in the form of an out-of-state tuition waiver to Clemson University (the equivalent to almost $23,000 per year), which can be renewed each year up to 4 years based on their academic performance.
Sardegna, Italy: The top eight national teams in the world will play for the championship. The US Soccer Paralympic National Team (USPNT) will be competing in the tournament. Cheer on the Clemson paralympic soccer players as the represent our country at this presitigious event!