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
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
Come join Mayor Jim Kenney at the Lincoln Financial Field Touchdown Club on June 5 to draw teams for the Group Stage of the 2017 Philadelphia International Unity Cup! This year’s tournament will consist of 48 teams from all over the world. Do not miss this great FREE event that will showcase our city’s inclusiveness,
On April 13, Mayor Jim Kenney and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation Commissioner Kathryn Ott Lovell announced that commitment letters for the 2017 Philadelphia International Unity Cup are now available for teams to register their participation. They were also joined by Chief Strategy Officer of the U.S. Soccer Foundation, Jen Jinks, to launch the Unity Youth
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.