Happening now: First day of the first-ever West Seattle Cup

June 14, 2014 1:45 pm
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It’s a big game for a big world … and soccer excitement is happening at Walt Hundley Playfield with the West Seattle Cup, a community/family tournament organized to coincide with the start of the World Cup. We stopped by at midday, just as organizer Terry Kegel was starting the ceremonies scheduled a few hours after play began:

Young players were settling down to take a break, each in a colorful T-shirt for their team representing certain countries.

Earlier in the day, one team got a thrill – Kelly shared the following photo of Team Uganda with a Seattle Sounders player who’s from that nation, Micheal Azira:

Games continue until 6:15 pm, every 45 minutes in each division (8:45-6:15 tomorrow too) – click ahead to our photos of the schedule boards for the K-2 and 3-5 groups today:

You’re welcome to go watch and cheer! The fields at Walt Hundley Playfield are north of SW Myrtle, where it meets 31st-34th.

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