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June 11, 2011 at 1:09 AM

In the community: ECS Brougham Block Party at 1:30 p.m.

Saturday marks the final home Cascadia Cup match this season. If you’re 21 or older, you might be interested in an ECS Brougham Block Party at 1:30 p.m. at the corner of Occidental Ave. and S. Washington St.

The ECS partnered with Fuel Sports Bar for the event. There will be a “beer garden, food and full bar, ECS membership and merchandise tables, and raucous chants and songs led by ECS capos,” according to a news release.

More community-related links after the jump…

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— The Sounders Women have donated 100 tickets for Sunday’s match against the Los Angeles Strikers to the Somalia Youth and Family Club. The team has also committed to support the SYFC’s raffle fundraiser later today at DC’s Bar and Grill with a package that includes autographed posters and three season-ticket passes.

— In some local results, the Tacoma Tide fell to Portland’s U23s 4-1. Kitsap beat Washington Crossfire 2-1 to improve to 7-0-1. The Pumas game at Abbotsford (regularly scheduled for Sunday) has been pushed back to July 5 to accommodate Kitsap’s U.S. Open Cup game Tuesday.

— 12 of those PDL players are UW Huskies:

Tacoma Tide

Quinton Beasley, Spencer Richey, Casey McCool, Taylor Peay, Quinn Grisham

Washington Crossfire

Nick James, Alex Klein, Michael Harris, Ben Fisk, Brent Ham

Portland Timbers U23

Brent Richards, Dylan Tucker-Gangnes

— Sounders FC will have a guest bartender night on July 14 at 6:30 p.m. at Post (1914 Post Alley, Seattle, WA, 98101). The event will benefit American SCORES Seattle. There will be exclusive drink specials and a prize drawing featuring signed soccer balls, t-shirts and other memorabilia.

— Korrio, a local developer of the automation platform Playflow, has partnered with Rush Soccer, which represents about 40,000 youth soccer players.

— Sounders FC and Starfire Sports will host their third-annual Sounders FC Cup on July 8-10. The tournament is open to boys and girls teams from U-11 to U-19. Participants will be able to meet some of the pros, participate in prize drawings, and purchase discounted Sounders FC tickets. Winning teams will be recognized during the July 16 home game against Colorado.

— The Sounders will also be hosting a summer block party on June 23. It’ll take place in the North Lot of Qwest Field at 5 p.m., two hours before kickoff in a home game against New York. The event is open to all. No cost for admission. A bunch of activities are planned.

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