We need your support this Sunday, June 8 to fight breast cancer
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 going on now until Saturday, 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, as well as all your favorite WUSA stars.
Once you bid on your celebrity bra, don't forget to purchase your tickets to the Sunday, June 8 Washington Freedom home match 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 half-time game ceremony. Don't forget to pick up your free Lombardi Cancer Center cup when you enter the stadium Sunday.
This Sunday afternoon at 4p.m., the first place Freedom (5-1-1) take on the third place Boston Breakers (4-3-2) in a match of the WUSA's frontrunners at RFK Stadium. The match is the first 2003 showdown between U. S. National team legends Kristine Lilly (Boston) and Mia Hamm (Washington), and is the Breakers' only trip to D.C. this year. Washington travels to Boston for the final two meetings in the teams' 2003 series on July 3 and July 23.
The game should be one of the most exciting all year, so 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.
Sign up now for the Soccer For Hope Clinic this Saturday - 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 this Saturday, June 7 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 Saturday, June 7 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 - a clinic t-shirt! - option for additional tickets at discount prices - chance to meet Freedom players, including Mia Hamm!
Celebrate a Weekend of Women's Football June 7-8 with the Freedom's "Go Girl!" ticket package!
This weekend, take advantage of a special ticket offer opportunity that will allow you to see two football matches, American and European, at one l ow cost!
The Freedom's special "Go Girl!" ticket package offers fans one ticket for two "football" games at the low price of just $19 (retail:$31). Games included in the "Go Girl!" package include the DC Divas (Washington's National Women's Football Association squad -- yes, that's tackle football -- American style!) vs. Columbus Flames at 7 pm at Eastern HS on June 7, and the Washington Freedom vs. Boston Breakers on June 8 at 4 p.m. at RFK Stadium.
Freedom fans: Freedom players will be on hand at the Divas' Saturday evening match to do the opening coin toss and will then be signing autographs during the first half.
Sound good? Call Freedom Account Executive Kathryn Hamm at 202-548-3825 for more information or, to order, go to: http://www.washingtonfreedom.com/documents/DCDivas_order.pdf
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.
Wambach has enjoyable homecoming Saturday at Frontier Field in Rochester, N.Y.
Rochester's Abby Wambach returned home to score one of Washington's two goals and help the Freedom tie the New York Power, 2-2, in a WUSA exhibition match Saturday afternoon, May 31, in front of 7,664 fans in Rochester, N.Y. under steady rain.
To read the whole story, go to: http://www.washingtonfreedom.com/365672.html
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