Draw event results

On June 7, Mayor Jim Kenney, City officials, and partners hosted a ceremony at the Independence Visitor Center to draw teams for the opening rounds of the fourth annual Philadelphia International Unity Cup presented by Goya. 2019 Group Draw Results Group A: USA, Lesotho, Venezuela, Bosnia Herzegovina Group B: Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Palestine, Lithuania Group 

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The fourth annual Philadelphia International Unity Cup will kick off in August. 52 teams will compete in this year’s soccer tournament. In order to determine which teams will play against each other in the group stage, the Unity Cup will host a draw event in early June. Please join us on Friday, June 7 at 

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Make sure your country is represented in the 2019 Philadelphia International Unity Cup! If you are interested in registering a new team or bringing back an existing team for the fourth annual Unity Cup, you must attend an upcoming Community Engagement and Information Session. All sessions take place from 7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted. 

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Group Stage Game of the Year: Mongolia vs. Haiti Voted on by the staff, the Group Stage Game of the Year goes to Mongolia versus Haiti! This was a match for the last spot to advance out of Group B. Right before the game kicked off, Guinea defeated Colombia, making this matchup between Mongolia and 

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3rd Place Game Recap: USA vs. Ireland In a much-anticipated matchup, the move from inside Talen Energy Stadium to the practice fields outside played a huge role in the outcome of this game. Word of the change in location spread to the Ireland roster, causing players to not show up. This change of plans forced 

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Championship Day games will be played at Talen Energy Stadium (1 Stadium Dr., 19013), home of the Philadelphia Union, on Saturday, October 13. Championship game: #5 Liberia vs. #10 Ivory Coast The game all 52 teams dreamed of when the tournament started is finally upon us. In the Unity Cup’s third year, we will be 

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Championship Day games will be played at Talen Energy Stadium (1 Stadium Dr., 19013), home of the Philadelphia Union, on Saturday, October 13. Third place game: #14 Ireland vs. #8 USA Both Ireland and USA find themselves playing on championship Saturday for the first time in the history of the tournament, though not in the 

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The 2018 Unity Cup tournament has kept us on the edge of our seats, and we’re ready to finish the tournament with a bang at the championship game! On Saturday, October 13, our final two teams will face off at Talen Energy Stadium, home of the Philadelphia Union. Festivities kick off at 12 p.m., with 

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Semifinals Preview

Games will be played at La Salle University’s McCarthy Stadium (1900 W. Olney Ave., 19141). This year’s semifinal matches will feature three group winners, plus one group’s second-place finisher. No Unity Cup champ has even been a group winner: in 2016, Ivory Coast finished second to Germany in their group, but went on to win 

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The PFCU Golden Boot, which goes to the player with the most goals throughout the entire Unity Cup tournament, looks like a done deal. After the quarterfinal matchups at Temple University, this race almost definitely belongs to Ivory Coast’s Seydou Ba, who has a tournament-leading 16 goals. Seydou is a unique player; he’s faster than 

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