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Real Salt Lake and Rio Tinto to Host Three Free Youth Soccer Clinics

September 11, 2009 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Real Salt Lake News Release

SANDY, Utah (Friday, September 11, 2009) - As part of its continuing outreach to Utah's youth soccer community, Real Salt Lake has partnered with Rio Tinto to host a series of free youth soccer clinics set to take place across the Salt Lake Valley over the next three weeks. The series of clinics for children ages 5-17, each of which will feature a handful of Real Salt Lake players tackling coaching duties, will be held on Monday evenings from 5:30-7:30 p.m. MT, beginning next Monday, Sept. 14, with the opening session at Cyprus High School in Magna. The RSL/Rio Tinto Soccer Clinic Series will continue at Centennial Park in West Valley City on Sept. 21 and conclude at Daybreak Elementary School in South Jordan on Sept. 28.

Registration for each RSL/Rio Tinto youth soccer clinic is open to the public and will be available on-site at the three locations. For more information on this series of free clinics, including how to pre-register for the events, please contact Rachel King in RSL Sponsorship Department at or 801-727-2792.

2009 Real Salt Lake / Rio Tinto Youth Soccer Clinics

*** All clinics to take place from 5:30-7:30 p.m. MT; Players subject to change

Monday, Sept. 14: Cyprus High School - 8623 W. 3000 South in Magna

- MF Jean Alexandre, DF Tony Beltran, MF Raphael Cox, M/F Rachid El Khalifi & GK Chris Seitz

Monday, Sept. 21: Centennial Park - 5415 W. 3100 South in West Valley City

- MF Kyle Beckerman, DF Nat Borchers, MF Ned Grabavoy, MF Will Johnson, DF Robbie Russell & DF Chris Wingert

Monday, Sept. 28: Daybreak Elementary School - 4544 Harvest Moon Drive in South Jordan

- FW Pablo Campos, FW Fabian Espíndola, M/F Nelson González, MF Javier Morales & GK Kyle Reynish

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