Following qualifying tournaments in 17 different U.S. cities, top teams will meet in Miami June 10 to determine who will play for the World Championship in Brazil this July
 
Miami, FL (May 30, 2017) – Neymar Jr.’s Five is now in its second year and features over 96,000 players from 53 countries, all of whom are vying for the World Championship. In the U.S. alone, 550 teams competed this spring to qualify for the upcoming U.S. Final in Miami, but only 18 teams remain following the regional qualifiers that took place all across the country in cities from Orlando to San Diego.

By the end of May, with our eyes on more than two months of summer vacation that our children will enjoy, many parents face a dilemma: With whom do we leave our children while we work? Some have the problem solved when there are grandparents around or people hired at home for that purpose. But for those who do not have such support, there are other options, such as camps that each summer attract the attention of parents and children.

“International soccer clubs consider Miami as the capital of soccer in the United States"

Although it is not among the four most popular sports such as baseball, basketball, American football or ice hockey, soccer is becoming a popular sport among young people 12 to 24 year-olds. According to a U.S. television network ESPN Sports poll, soccer is popular within 10% of the population, which represents 33 million people. That figure could not be underestimated.

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