Friday, July 28, 2006

100-hour soccer match

Chivas USA is putting together a 100-hour soccer match that will see representatives of Chivas play 'The Rest of the Wolrd.' This match is to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of Chivas USA's sister club, Mexico's Club Deportivo Guadalajara.

The game will be 100 straight hours of soccer. It will begin on August 9 at 1pm and end on August 13 at 5pm. No word yet on if they will go to penalty kicks if it is tied at 5pm.

The uninterrupted match will feature the participation of the Chivas USA first team, its coaching staff, the ChivaGirls, employees, managers, and ex-players from Club Guadalajara, as well as celebrities, elected officials, members of the press, and representative teams from soccer academies, leagues, associations and clubs. There will be live music and entertainment during the event, as well as authentic Mexican food.

The event will take place in the new $10 million Bell Gardens Sports Center, which Chivas USA helped build. One last fun part, they are looking for players to take part. Participation is free and is open to teams of players between 8 and 100 years of age. To sign up, call 1-800-961-1664.

4 Comments:

Blogger Pitch to Pub said...

Will Dave O'Brien be calling this game? If so, you can count me in for start to finish viewing.

2:21 PM  
Blogger Mike H said...

Dave O'Brien in the 87th hour would be classic. Kind of like the old Jerry Lewis telethons when he would be up for 48 hours straight.

If he did that, I would be right there with you watching.

3:14 PM  
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