Mexican Soccer Great ‘Zague’ Helps Kick off 2006 Copa Coca-Cola National Tournament

Mexican Soccer Great ‘Zague’ Helps Kick off 2006 Copa Coca-Cola National Tournament



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Los Angeles, CA–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–May 20, 2006–

San Diego girls soccer team, The Tiffany’s, (left to right: Nancy Saldivar, Mariana Saldivar and Christina Vargas) watch Mexican soccer great Luis Roberto “Zague” Alves show off some of his fancy footwork when he joined more than 300 of the country’s best teen soccer players for the prestigious 2006 Copa Coca-Cola National tournament at the Home Depot Center in Los Angeles today. Twenty teams from 10 U.S. cities are competing this weekend for the Copa Coca-Cola National title and a chance to travel to Germany to participate as flag bearers and referee escorts in pre-match ceremonies for the 2006 FIFA World Cup(TM). Copa Coca-Cola is one of the most exciting youth soccer tournaments in the country. It is one of the only free youth tournaments in the United States, giving access to kids from organized leagues and unorganized play. The program is an extension of The Coca-Cola Company’s commitment to promoting active and balanced lifestyles among youth and families.

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Mexican Soccer Great ‘Zague’ Helps Kick off 2006 Copa Coca-Cola National Tournament