Thursday, February 18, 2010

Copa Latina 2010 Schedule Released, Miami FC Open tryouts this weekend

Copa Latina 2010 is here!
Official Release Follows:

Hialeah, FL (February 17, 2010). On Tuesday, February 16, 2010, El Nuevo Herald Copa Latina held its tournament draw at the Rusty Pelican restaurant in Key Biscayne. Using the same format as the World Cup Draw, all 32 teams selected to compete in this year's tournament were seeded, and the first-round schedule was announced.

The seventeenth edition Copa Latina saw some very interesting and competitive rivalries. As Tom Mulroy, President of Se Habla Fútbol, orchestrated the traditional draw of the teams, last year’s champions Honduras 5 Estrellas will open the tournament against Mexico Starlight. Other first round matches include Selección Hati vs. Colombia Atletico Jrs , Est. Del Guayas Ecuador vs. Unity Jamaica, and Haiti All-Stars vs. Sel. Cuba to name a few.

El Nuevo Herald Copa Latina is America's most prestigious adult soccer tournament, representing nearly 20 countries throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Kickoff for Copa Latina 2010 is Saturday, March 6th, 2009 at 8 p.m., with opening ceremonies starting at 7:00 p.m. All games will be played at Ted Hendricks Stadium (Milander Park) in Hialeah.
First-round schedule follows:

Miami FC Hosts Fourth Annual Open Tryouts

Open tryouts will take place on February 20 and 21, at Weston Regional Park. On both days, the tryout will last from 9 A.M. to 2 P.M. with registration taking place from 8-8:30 A.M. For more information on Weston Regional Park, go HERE
Applicants can fill out their information (Name, age, contact information, legal status in the U.S., soccer experience, etc.) and pay to register at Miami FC’s 2010 Open Tryout Page.
If you have any questions regarding the 2010 Tryouts, please email
Good luck!

1 comment:

Oscar said...

RailHawks v. Wake Forest (scrimmage) - Feb 27)
RailHawks v. Duke (scrimmage) - Feb 20, 1:00PM)

Hey Uncle Ed can you find out when is Miami FC going to play pre-season games. I jsut don't see why we don't play some games with MLS teams?