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Twin Cities World of Football
Football, soccer, futebol, fútbol, calcio, le football, fussball, sakka, fotboll, sokker. It's known by different names in the world, but the Beautiful Game is universal and brings people together. Every four years, all geo-political and ideological differences cease, at least for a moment, and countries unite to cheer on their team to compete in the World Cup--all for the glory of truly being the best soccer team in the world.
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Minnesota Recreational Soccer League (MRSL)
The MRSL is an adult recreational non-profit soccer league based out of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The league consists of multiple Divisions, (based on skill level) and Groups within each of the Divisions. We usually have around 100 teams and about 2500 active players in the league. Currently, games are scheduled for either Sunday or Monday nights. Games are played around the Twin Cities; from Blaine in the North, Lakeville in the South to Minnetonka in the West and Woodbury in East.
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The Sanneh Foundation
Mission: The Sanneh Foundation, a 501(c)3 youth development organization, provides life skills programs for at-risk children using soccer as the catalyst to empower kids, improve lives and unite communities.
- We empower kids by providing leadership-skill development and mentoring, along with access to a safe and healthy environment to learn and play.
- We improve lives by supporting and promoting educational attainment through in-school and after-school programming, tutoring and college preparatory training.
- We unite communities by advancing diversity, promoting community service, and fighting racism through individual training and institutional change.
Tony Sanneh, a St. Paul native and recently retired professional soccer player, founded The Sanneh Foundation in 2003 with a goal of helping inner city kids. After 15 years playing professional soccer – including playing for the U.S. in the 2002 World Cup – Tony moved back to St. Paul in 2009 to dedicate himself full-time to work of The Sanneh Foundation.
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