The Cape Coral Hurricanes will be playing their last game of the 2013 season Saturday, Aug. 10, against South Florida FC from Miami. Game time is 7 p.m. at Cape Coral High School on Santa Barbara Boulevard.
The game also puts a cap on the Hurricanes' second overall season and the first in the NPSL (National Premier Soccer League) featuring top teams from Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville and Atlanta.
Tickets for the game are half price for a special Cape Coral Soccer Association Appreciation Night, honoring the CCSA's U14 Girls team, which advanced to the national semifinals
In addition, the TOPS program (children with disabilities) will be playing at half time!
The Outreach Program for Soccer (TOPS) is designed for players with special needs. The TOPSoccer program is designed for any youth player that has a physical or cognitive/intellectual disability that inhibits their ability to perform at the level of play which they have chosen to participate. TOPSoccer is a US Youth Soccer program created to provide a caring environment in which to train and coach young people with disabilities to play soccer; to serve as a feeder program to recruit, assess and train players to participate in competition opportunities with existing sports organizations for people with disabilities; and to mainstream higher ability players. For more information on the CCSA TOPS program, please contact: Joni Al-Shabibi at firstname.lastname@example.org or 239-910-3845 .
The game will also feature various promotions, prize drawings, giveaways and a special promotion as we are helping raise funds for Lee County children living with autism. Half of the proceeds for this last game will go to the Peace By Piece Learning Center located in Fort Myers.
For additional information about the Hurricanes, visit www.CapeHurricanes.com.