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Atlanta United will host the seventh annual ATL Champions League 2017, one of 'Soccer in the Streets' traditional fundraising events. The tournament - to be held on May 21st at the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Training Ground - is expected to break participation records from past tournaments, as it is slated to grow from 12 to 16 participating teams, with an average of 240 players hitting the pitch.
The news is out!
ATL Champions League 2017 is underway, and already we have 5 teams that are filled up with more nearly there.
Please keep spreading the word as we'd like to close it out in the next few weeks.
Lots is happening in the Atlanta soccer scene, and people are beginning to take notice.
FIFA featured Soccer in the Streets on its Front Page!
There is a lot of buzz and excitement around Atlanta United, one of two new expansion clubs playing in Major League Soccer (MLS) this season. However, along with United taking its first steps into the professional realm, something is happening at grassroots level that is uniting Atlanta.
Station Soccer is the world’s first soccer field built inside a train station. Unveiled in October 2016, the station is a project by Soccer in the Streets supported by the Atlanta United Foundation, MARTA (the city’s principal public transport operator), GreenFields and Musco Lighting.
'Soccer in the Streets' anunció hoy la séptima edición de la ‘Liga de Campeones ATL 2017’ (ATL Champions League 2017), uno de sus torneos benéficos tradicionales. El evento, que se celebrará el 21 de Mayo, está programado para romper todos los récords anteriores, ya que por primera vez contará con la participación de 16 equipos, para un promedio de 240 jugadores.
‘Soccer in the Streets’ announced today the seventh annual ATL Champions League 2017, one of its traditional fundraising events. The tournament, to be held on May 21st, is set to break all previous records, as it is set to grow from 12 to 16 participating teams, with an average of 240 players hitting the pitch.
Thanks to the first grant awarded by the Atlanta United Foundation, Soccer in the Streets is scoring big with their transit meets ‘fútbol fusion.’ Executive Director, Phil Hill, kicked us over some knowledge on their goals and what’s next for Atlanta’s soccer revolution.
At times, the story of Jose Leandro Andrade sounds semi-fictional, and there is a good chance that aspects of it are. Far from diminishing his incredible legacy, however, the uncertainty over what did and did not take place serves to strengthen the intrigue surrounding one of football's first truly global stars.