The first weekend of the group stage of this year’s Unity Cup had it all: frenetic finishes, blowouts, close calls, upsets and more. This weekly column outlines the teams that stand out from a great performance and are on the rise, or fell a little flat and will need some assistance getting back in the
Group A: Ivory Coast, Ghana, Germany, Argentina At first glance, it looks as if Ivory Coast would cruise through this group, but we cannot forget about Ghana! Ghana has played some tough opponents in their friendly matches thus far and have finished 1-2, losing both games by only 1 goal. We see Germany and Argentina
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On March 28, 2017, the Philadelphia International Unity Cup received an “Excellence in Recreation and Parks” award from the Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society at its 70th annual conference in Hershey, PA. Tournament Director Bill Salvatore accepted the award on behalf of Philadelphia Parks & Recreation.
Enjoy this clip highlighting some of the excitement we’ve seen so far in the Philadelphia International Unity Cup, presented by Goya Foods! The knockout rounds kick off this weekend, so come out to see the top 16 teams from the tournament compete for a spot in the quarterfinals. Admittance to all games is FREE– be
On June 30, 2016, a special event was held at the White House that recognized the City of Philadelphia and its launch of key programs designed to create a welcoming city for cultural diversity. Specifically, the Philadelphia International Unity Cup was one of a few Philadelphia initiatives highlighted for its innovative approach to celebrating cultural
Published on Apr 15, 2016 The Mayor has launched the first Annual Multicultural International World Cup Locally. ©2016 PHILLY SOCCER PLUS