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Two great Football (Soccer) teams came together for what felt to the Football world as an epic battle.  The setting was an exhibition game during the 2012 Herbalife World Football Challenge match at Sun Life Stadium in South Florida; the teams were current UEFA champions Chelsea from England and the very popular AC Milan from Italy. Chelsea is a mainstay in the English Premiere League that has seen both great success and some disappointment over the past six years. AC Milan has seen the same over the same period. Both Football clubs have some of the most decorated seasons.
Miami FC remains undefeated as they worked their way to a 1-1 draw in the final game of the season-opening home stand against the Carolina Railhawks.“You can be dominating Carolina, but if you don’t put them away, they will punish you and they did tonight,” Miami FC head coach Victor Pastora said. “Today feels like a loss. We played very well in the first half and outplayed them in the second half. But we have to put things in perspective and we feel like we are making progress and the results will follow.”
More than 85 children with racquets in hand took to the freshly-painted 36-foot 10 and Under Tennis courts on Saturday, Oct. 1 at the Tamiami Tennis Center in Miami, celebrating the new permanent courts for children age 10 and under, and kicking off a league for children age 8 and under, featuring the QuickStart play format."The first day of Fall matches for the 10 and Under Tennis league was a huge success," said USTA Florida Tennis Program Coordinator for the Miami area Cathy Nordlund. "The South-Dade USTA Jr. Team Tennis Local League Coordinator Cyndi Johnston brought in all the local teams to play at Tamiami on the new courts, and started matches at 10:30 a.m., finishing around 4:30 p.m. The parents loved the courts so much and the facility, it is very family friendly."
The Little Haiti Optimist Club will host their first ever Little Haiti Patriots Football Homecoming on Saturday, October 15, 2011 from 10 am – 5 pm with a half time presentation at 1:00 pm at the Little Haiti Soccer Park located at 6301 NE 2nd Avenue. In just one year, Little Haiti Patriots has grown from one team to five football teams and now have four certified cheer squads. Currently, two of their football teams are in playoff contention in the Pop Warner Division II and have the potential of going to the Sean Taylor Super Bowl with hopes of Regional Plays.
The Little Haiti Optimist Club’s--Little Haiti Patriots Super Pee Wee football team will play their first home game against the Little River Saints on Thursday, September 9, 2010 at 7:00 pm at Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School located at 4949 NE 2nd Avenue.Little Haiti Patriots are 4 and 5 year olds from the Little Haiti and neighboring communities that will have their first experience playing football. Parents are excited to have football in their backyard. ÃƒÆ’¢â‚¬Å“Youth football in Little Haiti is long overdue and thanks to Little Haiti Optimist Club, I am thrilled my son is part of history, said Rene Marie Maurice”.