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Four-on-four competition moves to Queens
July 26th, 2014 10:04PM
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[MLS FUTBOLITO] The 12th edition of ¡MLS Futbolito!, Major League Soccer's 4-v-4 tournament, moves to Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, N.Y., Saturday on the fifth stop of this year's eight-city tour of MLS cities.

Team rosters can consist of up to seven players (four field players and three substitutes). Each team will play in round-robin action, with the possibility of advancing to the single-elimination championship game. Teams registered for the competition will be divided according to age groups and competitive levels with winners in each division receiving prizes.

In addition to participating, each registered player will receive a ticket to an MLS match in applicable markets, and the chance to win prizes from sponsors. There will be $3,000 in cash prizes ($2,000 for first place and $1,000 for second place) for the adult premier divisions.

2014 MLS ¡Futbolito! Schedule:
JULY
Saturday, July 26 – New York Red Bulls (Flushing Meadows Corona Park)
AUGUST
Saturday, August 2 – Houston Dynamo (Houston Sports Park)
Saturday, August 16 – FC Dallas (RJ McInnish Park, Carrollton)
Saturday, August 23 – Chivas USA (Veterans Park, Pomona)
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