(Atlanta, Georgia – June 2, 2010) Georgia Soccer has engaged Atlanta Soccer News to assist in promoting a variety of events that Georgia Soccer has committed to support during the summer of 2010.
Georgia Soccer provides ethical leadership and fair standards to support development and growth of soccer as a life long sport. Georgia Soccer has been doing this for over 40 years. Atlanta Soccer News is Atlanta’s source for soccer news. Atlanta Soccer News is engaged in elevating the profile of artists, musicians and business people from within the Atlanta Soccer community by creating meaningful connections that enrich the lives of everyone.
Georgia Soccer and Atlanta Soccer News first effort together is designed to raise awareness of the Cabbagetown Soccerfest and Atlanta International Soccerfest events running concurrently on June 11 and 12, 2010.
The Cabbagetown Soccerfest Committee prepares to hold the only kid-friendly, “green” and “sustainable” World Cup™ event in the Atlanta area. The festival begins at 10:00am with a LIVE showing of Argentina vs. Nigeria game on a 9’ by 12’ LED screen in Cabbagetown Park on Kirkwood Ave. Then USA vs. England will be shown LIVE at 2:30pm. Kids activities will take place all day long including clinics and camps and skills competitions put on by our partners Georgia Soccer and the Atlanta Youth Soccer Association. Members of our new women’s professional team the Atlanta Beat will be present to meet the children. Proceeds from this event will go to benefit the SOS Children’s Villages and the Cabbagetown Neighborhood Association. For more information please go to the web page www.atlantasoccerfest.org.
Atlanta International Soccer Fest 2010 (www.atlsoccerfest.com), is underway to coincide with the soccer matches of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™, June 11- July 11. Included in the events are game-viewing parties at more than nine local restaurants and sports bars, as well as a soccer tournament on June 12 between 20 international organizations based in Atlanta. Donations from all events will be awarded to SOS Children’s Villages, with some of the monies going to SOS’ Haiti relief efforts. More information can be found at www.atlsoccerfest.com.
You can read more about the events and schedules of the Cabbagetown Soccerfest and Atlanta International Soccerfest by going to www.atlantasoccernews.com. Stories will be posted leading up to to events to give the public and attendees awareness of the activities at each of the locations.

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