Community Events

Desna Cup 2014

WHERE
Saghalie Park, 33914 19th Ave SW, Federal Way
WHEN
Friday, August 15, 2014 to Saturday, August 16, 2014
TIME
Fri--7pm-9pm, Sat--Noon-9pm

Desna Cup is a mega event hosted by the Desna Soccer Club. We are a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization. 2014 will be the 7th year anniversary of the Desna Cup. It started out as a small soccer tournament in 2007, but over the years it has grown to include multiple sports competitions, cultural festivals, ethnic foods, children's program and fun activities for the whole family. Every year we are making improvements and including new ideas to this Festive Event such as Cultural Fair and new this year Cycling Cup. More than 300 participants will be competing in the Sporting Events and over 200 staff and volunteers will be helping make Desna Cup happen. Last year attendance of the event was 4,500 people. Our mission is to unite and bring the community together, through sports, cultural festivals, music, and family fun activities. This event will help us build a better city, with no racism, teach people to respect one another, help build strong families, and live a healthy lifestyle.

AUGUST 15TH 7PM-9PM-MUSIC CONCERT-Christian Music AUGUST 16TH 12PM-9PM

TOURNAMENTS:

SOCCER

VOLLEYBALL REGISTER 253-267-9670

CYCLE RIDE REGISTER 253-670-6188

 Event Admission Fee (if any): Free

 Event Sponsor: Desna Soccer Club

 Phone Number: (253) 334-2222

 Web Site: http://desnasoccer.org

 Public Email: info@desnasoccer.org

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