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#GrowTheGame Heads To San Diego Hall Of Champions For City Wide Forum
After a fantastic day one of #GrowTheGame San Diego, day two see's soccer fans and administrators move discussion to off-the-field issues with the Future of San Diego Soccer Forum.
With guest panelists Warren Barton (Fox Soccer Channel), Joe Tutino (SD Sockers/LA Galaxy) and Diane Scavuzzo (Soccer Nation) participating in a town hall style forum, the forum will see an open and honest debate of the state of the game in San Diego and discussions on how to grow the sport for the future.
Fans will also be invited to participate online by using the #SDSoccerForum or by emailing questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday’s major events for #GrowTheGame San Diego include;
Inaugural Meeting of Street Soccer USA San Diego Advisory Group – Ending homelessness is a team sport and that’s why soccer has always been regarded as one of the best vehicles for social change. The #GrowTheGame legacy project will see the highly successful Street Soccer USA program introduced to San Diego.
When: Sunday April 15 from 2-3pm
Where: The Boardroom, San Diego Hall of Champions, 2131 Pan American Plaza, Balboa Park.
The ‘Future of San Diego Soccer Forum’ – all clubs, fans & coaches come together under one roof to discuss the state of soccer and the ways to grow the sport in San Diego.
Supported by the San Diego Sports Commission the event will see a town hall style meeting with a Q&A with guest panelists.
When: Sunday April 15 from 3-5pm
Where: San Diego Hall of Champions, 2131 Pan American Plaza, Balboa Park.
Photo/Interviewing opportunities available at all major events over the weekend.
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#GrowTheGame is a national project that aims to bring people together to promote grassroots soccer.
Through the #GrowTheGame movement, Soccer Support USA will provide fun and simple ways to empower soccer fans to celebrate the game they love. A coordinated approach can help raise the awareness of soccer to the popular levels of other sports in the U.S.