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09.05.27

Nabisco Kids Eleven Heart-full Soccer  

Urawa Reds will face Albirex Niigata in the next Nabisco Cup game (kick off at 3 pm, Saitama Stadium) on 30th May. Before the game, Enjoy! Heart-full Soccer will be held at Saitama Stadium at Ground No.4.

The aim of this event is to provide an opportunity for children, who are coming to the stadium to watch Yamazaki Nabisco Cup games, to play soccer. Children can participate in the event as well as support their favorite clubs. Participants of Enjoy! Heart-full Soccer will be selected to play in the Nabisco Kids Final Eleven in a draw.

“Nabisco Kids Enjoy! Heart-full Soccer, play for the final together with Urawa Reds!!”
◆Date: Saturday, 30 May, Urawa Reds vs Albirex Niigata (kick off at 3 pm, Saitama Stadium), the event will be carried out in the event of slight rain.
*If Urawa Reds advance to the final tournament, the event will be held again.
◆Registration Place: At the entrance of Saitama Stadium No.4 Ground (artificial turf)
◆Registration Time: 11 am to 1 pm (Please come any time during this period to join in the event.)
◆Participants: Children aged from 5 to 12 years old (Pre-registration is not necessary. Experience in soccer is not required and both boys and girls are welcomed to participate.)
◆Objective: To enjoy soccer with the Urawa Reds Heart-full Club coaches.
◆Selection of Nabisco Final Kids Eleven
Participants of Nabisco Final Kids Eleven will be selected from participants of Enjoy! Heart-full soccer to be held at each home game in a draw.
*11 children who participate in Nabisco Final Kids Eleven will be presented official soccer balls with Reds players’ autographs. The ball will be sent to them after the event. In addition, 1 child will receive a fair play flag with autographs of all the players who played in the final game.
◆Others
・Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes. (No studded shoes are allowed.)
・Participation is free.
・It is not necessary to hold a game ticket to participate in the event.
・Parents and guardians are not allowed in the ground and have to stay outside to watch the children play.