CHICAGO (July 5, 2005) – U.S. Soccer will host its 2006 Annual General Meeting from March 10-12 at the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nev. The Annual General Meeting (AGM) serves as U.S. Soccer’s national meeting with all constituents from the youth, adult, professional and athlete councils. Representatives from each of these councils discuss administrative issues, review and vote on rule changes and conduct various other businesses during the course of the event.
The schedule will include a U.S. Soccer Board of Directors meeting on Friday, March 10, as well as regional youth and adult meetings and various other council and committee meetings throughout the weekend. After a cocktail reception and dinner on Saturday night, the AGM concludes with U.S. Soccer’s National Council Meeting on Sunday.
The host city for the AGM revolves between each of the four U.S. Soccer Regions: Region 1 (Northeast), Region II (Midwest), Region III (South) and Region IV (West). The 2006 meeting in Las Vegas will be hosted by Region IV, US Youth Soccer Nevada and the Nevada State Soccer Association.
Dates and Locations of Annual General Meetings (since 1991):
Date City - Region
1991 Detroit - Region II
1992 New Orleans - Region III
1993 Boston - Region I
1994 San Diego - Region IV
1995 Cincinnati - Region II
1996 Arlington, Va. - Region I
1997 Orlando, Fla. - Region III
1998 Maui, Hawaii - Region IV
1999 Louisville, Ky. - Region II
2000 New York - Region I
2001 Atlanta - Region III
2002 San Francisco - Region IV
2003 Chicago - Region II
2004 New York - Region I
2005 Orlando, Fla. - Region III
2006 Las Vegas, Nev. - Region IV
More information about the 2006 Annual General Meeting, including registration materials and information, will be posted on ussoccer.com as it becomes available.