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World Cup Alley coming to Seattle
May 25th, 2010 1:44AM
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[VIEWING PARTIES] Seattle is not the USA's No. 1 soccer city without reason. Only in Seattle could soccer be used to help clean up alleys.

The International Sustainability Institute, recognized for its efforts to clean up Seattle's alleys, will open "World Cup Alley" for fans to watch World Cup games on big screens in Nord Alley and party at nearby Occidental Square Park, where Sounders' March to the Match happens.

The organization will show a game at 11:30 a.m. PT each match day and others if demand warrants. It will assist groups seeking to get permits to set up food stalls.

(Let is know about unique plans to celebrate the World Cup in your community. Email Soccer America.)



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  1. Rick Taylor
    commented on: May 26, 2010 at 9:45 a.m.
    SEATTLE ROCKS! Why can't get get a Send Off game there?

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