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Atlanta Beat Announces 2011 Preseason Schedule

February 14, 2011 - Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) - Atlanta Beat News Release


KENNESAW, GA (February 14, 2011) - With preseason training camp opening less than one month away, WPS teams submitted their preseason schedules this past week to the league office.

The first game of preseason kicks off when the Atlanta Beat takes on South Florida on Sunday, March 6 at KSU Soccer Stadium in a closed door scrimmage. The game is just the first of numerous preseason match-ups between WPS teams and top college programs in the East and Southeast. Unlike the first two league seasons, when WPS teams lined up other WPS squads for preseason games, the league's six clubs have passed up the opportunity to play each other in favor of match-ups with colleges.

Not all games will be open to the public. All games, times and venues are subject to change.

2011 Atlanta Beat Preseason Schedule

Sunday, March 6 Atlanta Beat vs. University of South Florida (KSU Soccer Stadium - CLOSED DOOR) 12:00PM

Wednesday, March 9 Atlanta Beat vs. Auburn University (Auburn University, Auburn, AL) 7:00PM

Saturday, March 12 Atlanta Beat vs. Clemson University (KSU Stadium, Kennesaw, GA - CLOSED DOOR) 1:00PM

Saturday, March 19 Atlanta Beat vs. UNC (KSU Stadium, Kennesaw, GA - Public may purchase tickets) 12:00PM

Sunday, March 20 Atlanta Beat vs. Florida State (Walden Soccer Complex, Columbus, GA) 4:00PM

Sunday, March 27 Atlanta Beat vs. Florida (KSU Stadium, Kennesaw, GA - CLOSED DOOR) 2:00PM

Tuesday, March 29 Atlanta Beat vs. Georgia (Turner Soccer Complex, Athens, GA) 7:00PM

Thursday, March 31 Sky Blue FC vs. Rutgers (Yurcak Field, Rutgers) 12:30PM

Sunday, April 3 Atlanta Beat vs. Auburn University (Spain Park HS Stadium, Hoover, AL) 4:00PM

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