Week 3 Previews

Get a sneak peek at upcoming match-ups with our weekly previews! We’re sharing behind-the-scenes insights for each game this weekend, September 23-24, at: Ramp Playground (3300-40 Solly Ave) South Philly Supersite (11th & Bigler St) Gratz Supersite (Germantown & Hunting Park Ave) 48th & Spruce Germantown Supersite (Sedgwick & Lowber St)   RAMP PLAYGROUND   

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Week 2 Previews

Get a sneak peek at upcoming match-ups with our weekly previews! We’re sharing behind-the-scenes insights for each game this weekend, September 16-17, at: Ramp Playground (3300-40 Solly Ave) South Philly Supersite (11th & Bigler St) Gratz Supersite (Germantown & Hunting Park Ave) 48th & Spruce Germantown Supersite (Sedgwick & Lowber St)   RAMP PLAYGROUND   

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Join us on Saturday, September 23 from 4-8pm for the first-ever Philadelphia International Block Party! Held at Marconi Plaza (13th & Oregon St), this free, family-friendly event will celebrate our city’s vibrant multicultural community. Enjoy cultural music and entertainment, a beer garden, food vendors, face painting, art activities, and interactive games. Make sure you stick around after the Block 

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Group J Preview While Puerto Rico and Indonesia kick off not only Group J, but the entire tournament on September 8, two days later Morocco and Greece may be playing the most important match of their group. Puerto Rico comes in after their trip to the quarterfinals a year ago, but to make it back 

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Group G Preview Ivory Coast will look to begin their title defense by outlasting three tough match-ups in Group G. Ivory Coast is a clear favorite to win their group and make a run at the Cup, but the others might have something to say about that! Lithuania left disappointed last year after they fell 

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Group D Preview A new captain for Team USA, a hungry Honduran team, Myanmar looking to make a mark, and another newcomer in Togo round out Group D. Last year, USA was not only their group favorite, but a favorite to win the whole thing. This year, USA has some question marks, and with Honduras not 

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Group A Preview Leading the way in Group A has to be Sierra Leone. They come fresh off a trip to the knockout round a year ago, only to lose to eventual champ Ivory Coast. They will certainly be tested by a Haitian team that failed to make it out of the “Group of Death” 

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The Philadelphia International Unity Cup Banner Art Project is an opportunity for Philadelphians to showcase their ethnic diversity by participating in workshops and community events to help design team banners that represent 48 countries in the 2017 Philadelphia International Unity Cup. Artists will gather ideas during workshops and community events directly from community members in 

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On June 5, Mayor Jim Kenney; Parks & Recreation Commissioner Kathryn Ott Lovell; Rafael Toro, Director of Public Relations at GOYA Foods; Don Smolenski, President of Philadelphia Eagles; Miriam Enriquez, Director of the Office of Immigrant Affairs (OIA); and other City officials hosted a ceremony to draw teams for the opening rounds of the second annual 

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