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April 28, 2010 at 8:43 AM

Boca Juniors and Celtic announced as two friendlies (team release)

Sounders FC Announce Two International Friendlies
RENTON, Wash. – The Seattle Sounders FC announced today they will host Argentina’s Boca Juniors, on May 26 and Scotland’s Celtic on July 18 on the Xbox Pitch at Qwest Field.
“We promised our fans a diverse flavor of international soccer and are thrilled to bring Boca and Celtic to the Pacific Northwest,” said Sounders FC Owner and General Manager Adrian Hanauer. “These two storied clubs have secured their place as elite franchises during the last century.”
The two friendlies are part of the 18-match season-ticket holder package. A third match will be announced soon. Tickets will go on sale for Boca Juniors on Monday, May 3 at 10 a.m. Tickets will go on sale for Celtic on Tuesday, June 1 at 10 a.m. Tickets will be available at www.soundersfc.com, all Ticketmaster outlets, the Qwest Field Box Office, or by calling 800-745-3000.
Boca Juniors is Argentina’s most popular club, as well as the most successful on the international front, with three world club championships and six Copa Libertadores (South America titles). Boca, founded in 1905 and named for the Buenos Aires neighborhood of La Boca, wears a distinctive all blue strip with a yellow panel across the chest. Among its famous players is Diego Maradona, the co-player of the 20th century who retired there in 1997. Boca is the first Argentine club to play in Seattle and the first South American club to visit since 1983.
Celtic is making its fourth trip to Seattle and its third to Qwest Field. Winners of a record 34 Scottish cups and 42 league championships, the “Bhoys” from Glasgow boast a huge worldwide fan base. They are instantly recognizable for their green-and-white hooped jerseys. Celtic was the first British club to win a European championship in 1967. It met the NASL Sounders in 1981, and returned to face Manchester United in 2003 and Chelsea in 2004.
For more information visit www.soundersfc.com.

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