The fourth annual Philadelphia International Unity Cup, which consists of 52 adult men’s soccer teams, continues play on Friday night, Aug. 9, at James Ramp Playground, at Crispin and Stanwood streets in Holmesburg.
Admission to all games throughout the tournament are free.
Games will continue the rest of the month of August.
Here is this weekend’s schedule at Ramp:
• Friday, Aug. 9: 6 p.m.: Honduras vs. Guatemala; 8 p.m.: Liberia vs. Senegal.
• Saturday, Aug. 10: Noon: Gambia vs. Albania; 2 p.m.: Haiti vs. Romania; 4 p.m. Cameroon vs. Palestine; 6 p.m.: Argentina vs. Poland; 8 p.m.: Ukraine vs. Morocco.
• Sunday, Aug. 11: 10 a.m.: Israel vs. England; noon: Panama vs. Vietnam; 2 p.m.: Ivory Coast vs. Lithuania; 4 p.m.: Burkino Faso vs. Jamaica; 6 p.m.: Ghana vs. Colombia; 8 p.m.: Lesotho vs. Venezuela.
Games will also be played at Hunting Park, 11th Street and Hunting Park Avenue; Smith Playground, 24th Street and Snyder Avenue; and the South Philadelphia Super Site, 10th and Bigler streets.
The championship game will be played at Talen Energy Stadium, in Chester, home of the Philadelphia Union.
For more information, go to unitycup.phila.gov. ••