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The Great St. Louis Soccer Dribble
Soccer players from across the metro St. Louis area will unite to kick off the St. Louis soccer season and attempt to break a world record at the first-ever Great St. Louis Soccer Dribble. Players of all ages are invited to participate as the group attempts to break the Guinness World Record for the most people dribbling soccer balls at the same time. Mayor Francis Slay is the Honorary Chairman of the event and will serve as MC.
Proceeds benefit America Scores St. Louis, an organization that inspired urban kids to lead healthy lives by providing opportunities to play soccer, and learn and write poetry. America Scores has served the St. Louis area since 2005. The program has achieved impressive results in improved health, reading skills and community involvement among the youth it serves.
Anyone can participate in the Great St. Louis Soccer Dribble and registration is available online. The $25 registration fee per person includes an official event soccer ball, official t-shirt and a ticket to the Saint Louis University Billikens vs. Akron men's soccer game. Sponsors of the event include Vetta Sports, Saint Louis University, radio station KFNS 590, STL United, Hotel Ignacio and the St. Louis Youth Soccer Association, plus many other supporters.
Participants can begin check in at 5 p.m. at SLU's Hermann Stadium. The Guinness World Record attempt takes place at 6 p.m. The Billikens soccer game is at 7 p.m.
Registration is available online at www.americascores.org