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May 28, 2003 - Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) - magicJack News Release


Bras Across RFK, a partnership between the Washington Freedom and DC101 to raise money for the Lombardi Cancer Center, is just around the corner. Don't miss the celebrity Brauction from May 23- June 7 on www.washingtonfreedom.com. Bid on our amazing collection of celebrity bras which include Venus Williams, Ann Curry, Ellen Degeneres and Brendan Witt from the Washington Capitals to name a few.

Once you bid on your celebrity bra, don't forget to purchase your tickets to the June 8th Washington Freedom game against the Boston Breakers when all of the bras collected will be strung around RFK Stadium. Elliot and the DC101 Morning Show, along with Washington Freedom representatives, will present the Lombardi Cancer Center with a check during a special pre game ceremony and you will be able to pick up your free Lombardi Cancer Center cup during the game.

Come out and support the Washington Freedom while helping raise money to fight breast cancer. For more information or to order tickets, log onto www.washingtonfreedom.com or call 202-547-3137.

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The 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup to return to U.S. soil!

This Monday, May 26, FIFA President Sepp Blatter announced that the United States will host the 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup after FIFA chose to move the tournament out of China due to the threat of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The United States was chosen over Sweden, the only other country besides the USA to make a formal bid to host the tournament. RFK Stadium could serve as a possible venue for some of the cup matches.

“This is an historic day for soccer in the United States,” said U.S. Soccer President Dr. S. Robert Contiguglia. “We now have approximately 120 days to do something that no one has ever attempted. Staging an event of this stature and size in this short amount of time will be a great challenge, but we will succeed because of the support and organizational abilities of the entire U.S. Soccer family.”

Interested in volunteering with the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup? Volunteers will be coordinated through the U.S. Soccer Human Resources Department. To let U.S. Soccer know you're interested, please send a message to hr@ussoccer.org including your name, mailing address, phone number, fax number, e-mail address, any previous event history and your resume.

For the complete story on the Cup coming to the U.S., go to: http://www.wusa.com/press_room/364069.html

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Sign up now for the Soccer For Hope Clinic – improve your skills and help Children’s Hospital and the Mia Hamm Foundation at the same time!

Are you ready for some charitable fun? Come out to the Soccer For Hope Clinic and work on your soccer skills with some of the Washington Freedom players and coaches, while helping to raise money for Children's Hospital and the Mia Hamm Foundation. The clinic costs $35 per person, and is open to all -- from the beginner to advanced player (age 2 - 92)!

The clinic will be held June 7th from 6-8 pm at Howison Soccer Complex in Prince William County.

In addition to learning new skills and perfecting old ones, each participant will receive...
- a ticket to the Washington Freedom vs. Boston Breakers game on June 8, 2003 at 4pm
- a clinic t-shirt!
- option for additional tickets at discount prices
- chance to meet Freedom players

To sign up for the clinic, fill out and send us this form: http://www.washingtonfreedom.com/documents/2003_Soccer_for_Hope.pdf

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Washington looking for third straight 2003 win against New York in Saturday’s exhibition match in Rochester, N.Y.

After the Freedom’s 4-0 blowout over the Power this past weekend, New York (3-5-0) eagerly awaits Saturday’s exhibition rematch in hopes of avenging both 2003 losses to the Freedom and thwarting Washington’s (5-1-1) attempts for a third win against the Power this season.

The two teams will face off at 12 p.m. at Frontier Field in Rochester, NY, hometown of Freedom players Abby Wambach and Casey Zimny. Both Rochester natives had significant impacts in last week’s win, as Wambach recorded 3 assists while Zimny scored the first goal of her WUSA career.

Tickets are available at Wegmans Stores in the Rochester area and online at RochesterSoccer.com. All tickets will be general admission seating and are $18 in advance and $25 at the gate

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Don’t miss the Discovery Kids Winning Moment Sweepstakes!

Want a chance to win a trip, including free tickets to see the Freedom? Sink your teeth into soccer with Discovery Kids by entering the Discovery Kids Winning Moment Sweepstakes!

Go to Washingtonfreedom.com and click on “Winning Moments,” and follow instructions as to how to enter the Discovery Kids Winning Moment Sweepstakes.

Or, send your name, address, phone number, birthday and parent’s name and signature to Discovery Kids Winning Moments Sweepstakes, care of: Washington Freedom, 2400 East Capitol Street, S.E., Washington, D.C., 20003.

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Make tracks to the Freedom’s web store at www.washingtonfreedom.com and check-out the featured product – a sassy new t-shirt sure to attract attention!

This week’s featured product at the Freedom web store (www.washingtonfreedom.com) is a new “Hell hath no fury like a woman scoring” t-shirt! Make sure you pick one up today, as well as the “Property of Washington Freedom” shirt, both sure to make a statement.

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