1. SPOTLIGHT ON ... 2006 US Youth Soccer National Championships
A two-hour show airing Friday (8 pm ET/5 pm PT) on Fox
Soccer Channel shines the spotlight on this summer's US Youth Soccer National Championships, where boys and girls competed in 84 games for 12 national crowns at six age groups. The show also includes feature stories and interviews.
"For the more than 10,000 teams that started the journey
in the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series, through our state
associations, this program will highlight the achievement of the nation's top
youth players and what can be achieved when people come together for a common
goal," says Larry Monaco, president of US Youth Soccer.
Among US Youth Soccer's national championships is the
71-year-old McGuire Cup for U-19 boys.
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