The Consulate General of Brazil in Atlanta, the Atlanta Silverbacks, SOS Children’s Villages, and the international community are coming together for a one-day charity tournament to raise funds and awareness for SOS Children's Villages, to celebrate Atlanta’s multi-national soccer community and the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup™ in Brazil.
June 7, 2014
Games start at 8:00 AM
Atlanta Silverbacks Park
3200 Atlanta Silverbacks Way
Atlanta, GA 30340
A one-day 7v7 tournament. Teams will play up to three round-robin games during the day, and any semi-final and championship games will take place in the afternoon prior to the Silverbacks last home game of the Spring season. The Awards Ceremony for the top finishers will take place during halftime of the Silverbacks game.
The tournament is open to the entire Atlanta community including businesses, bi-lateral chambers of commerce, consulates, cultural organizations, soccer clubs, and any other sports teams that wish to play.
Adult Teams - $1,150
Youth Teams - $700
Entry fee includes: Tournament registration, game day T-shirts and gift bags, as well as 20 tickets to the Atlanta Silverbacks game that evening. Additional Silverbacks tickets are available to purchase at a discounted price. Each team is allowed a maximum of 15 players. All proceeds benefit SOS Children’s Villages.
Click on the REGISTER
tab above to register your team online.
Deadline to register is [TBD].
In addition to the tournament, there will be fun for the whole family! Stay tuned for a list of additional vendors and fun family activities taking place at Silverbacks Park throughout the day.
If you have any questions, or would like more information about the event or becoming a corporate sponsor, please visit www.ATLsoccerfest.com or contact: Lora Sodini, firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT SOS CHILDREN'S VILLAGES
SOS Children’s Villages is the world’s largest organization dedicated to vulnerable children. Since 1949, SOS has created stable, loving families for orphaned and abandoned children. With a presence in 133 countries, SOS is raising 80,000 children in more than 500 villages, including the US. Through outreach programs, SOS reaches more than 1 million people every year. For more information, please visit www.sos-usa.org