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October 08, 2008 

U.S. and Cuba to Play World Cup Qualifying Game in Washington, DC This Saturday

The U.S. national soccer team will play Cuba in a World Cup qualifying game at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC this coming Saturday night, October 11th.

With a victory, the U.S. (3-0 in qualifying matches) would clinch a spot in next year's final round of regional qualifying for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Cuba (0-3) has only a slim chance of advancing.

The U.S. defeated Cuba on September 6th in Havana by a score of 1 - 0. That game marked the first time the U.S. national soccer team played in Havana since 1947.

Tickets for Saturday's game are still available. Click this link for ticketing information.




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