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3V3 Live Soccer Coming to Mobile December 2015

Jul 27, 2015



The Mobile Sports Authority and 3v3 Live Soccer are excited to partner together for the 2015 3v3 Live Gulf Regional Soccer Tournament, Dec. 5-6, 2015, in Mobile. The two-day tournament is set to be held at Herndon (Sage) Park and will attract teams from throughout the Southeast.    

 “3v3 Live is very excited to be coming to Mobile in December,” Mike Tew, 3v3 Live President, said. “This location will offer our teams a chance to play in the winter and then go to the beach.”  

The unique aspect of this event is the Mobile tournament will be the final regional held that allows teams to qualify for the Disney 3v3 Soccer World Championship, Jan. 16-18, 2016, in Orlando. Teams ranging from ages 6 to adult and all skill levels will compete for one last chance to qualify for the World Championship.  

“Because of the investment, which the City and County of Mobile have recently made to upgrade the soccer fields at Sage Park, the Mobile Sports Authority was able to attract 3v3 Live to Mobile,” Danny Corte, Executive Director of the MSA, said.  “The younger age group generally makes up 3v3 teams and helps to attract several family members per player, thereby making for a fun experience for all involved.”
 

Regional tournaments average between 85-180 six-person teams with up to 75 percent of teams coming from outside the area. For more information about 3v3 Live and/or to register for the Mobile tournament, visit www.3v3live.com/gulf

About 3v3 Live Soccer

Based out of Utah, 3v3 Live has existed since 1996 and is a major soccer tour in the United States with tournaments being played all over the country. Each team may only have three players on the field at a time and is commonly referred to as a “small-sided” game played on a field smaller than a regulation soccer pitch. With fewer players on the field, each player has more opportunities to touch the ball, using and improving their soccer skills. Small-sided games can develop player’s decision-making, technical attributes, tactical knowledge and physical conditioning through functional movements.  

About The Mobile Sports Authority

The Mobile Sports Authority (MSA) is a non-profit sports commission formed in 2008 by the Mobile County Commission. The main mission is to create a positive economic and public relations impact for Mobile County, the City of Mobile, and the region through attracting, hosting, managing and supporting sporting events. MSA is the main point of contact for sports and sports-related activities for the Mobile County area. For more information on MSA, please visit www.mobilesportsauthority.com

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