Sports Illustrated For Kids Kick-It 3v3 Tour, the largest 3v3 soccer tour in the world, brings top-notch competition, entertainment and excitement to Boston on Saturday and Sunday, July 29 and 30, 2006, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. The tournament will take place at Cawley Stadium Fields, located at 587 Douglas Rd in Lowell. The Boston event provides local athletes the opportunity to qualify for the Kick-It Regionals event, where teams compete for a spot at the Kick-It 3v3 World Championships hosted by Disney’s Wide World of Sports® Complex in Orlando.
|Sports Illustrated for Kids Kick-It 3V3 National Soccer Tour
Now in its 16th year, Kick-It offers players of all ages and abilities a festival-style atmosphere to play soccer, filled with fun, dynamic, and fast-paced competition. Pool play kicks into action on Saturday with each team showcasing its talent to compete for first, second and third place prizes on Sunday. This eventful weekend also features family-friendly entertainment with inflatable games, instructional clinics, soccer skill challenges, food and activities for all to enjoy.
With Sports Illustrated For Kids as its presenting sponsor, the 2006 Kick-It 3v3 Tour is comprised of 55 qualifying and 12 regional events held throughout the United States from May through September, culminating with the World Championships, hosted by Disney’s Wide World of Sports® Complex in Florida on Jan. 13-15, 2007. The exciting, revamped, local and regional weekend soccer celebrations provide games, concessions and entertainment to more than 70,000 participants and 400,000 spectators each season.
“Team Championships International is dedicated to creating environments where players engage in quality, reliable, well organized competition as spectators experience entertainment and excitement both on and off the field,” said Jay Watson, chairman of Team Championships International.
To register, go to www.KickIt3v3.com, or call 1.888.997.PLAY. Deadline to register is Monday July 24, 2006 at 5 p.m.
Team Championships International
Team Championships International (“TCI”) is the world leader in organization, implementation and management of national tours within the active lifestyle and participatory sports sector. Its combined leadership team has produced more than 3,000 events since 1989. TCI’s primary brands, the Hoop It Up 3on3 Basketball Tour, the Kick-It 3v3 Soccer Shootout Tour and the Let It Fly 4on4 Flag Football Tour, will host more than one million competitors and spectators throughout the 2006 season, positioning the company not only as a provider, but also a catalyst for the promotion of active lifestyles throughout America.
Sports Illustrated For Kids
Sports Illustrated For Kids, the first sports magazine written for kids ages six and up, connects with its readers through their passion for sports. The magazine offers kids the access to athletes and sports information they want with in-depth reporting, action photography, first-person athlete accounts and other features. The magazine, books, syndicated strip and Web site, www.sikids.com, promote positive values, good sportsmanship and the fun of reading.