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Blog: Tim's Roundup

That's All, Folks

We certainly finished on a high today!
Great games by all the teams in the final.
England takes the big trophy on the Men's side, and Portugal on the Women's.

Both matches were quality displays of passing, positioning, footwork, finishing and goal keeping.

We streamed the finals live on our website, with play-by-play and colour commentary.
You'll be able to see that archived on the site, so if you missed it...not to worry.
That video and the highlight reel will be posted tomorrow, because we're having some technical issues tonight.

I want to say a big thank you to everyone involved in the tournament this year...the players, coaches, refs, organizers, fans, volunteers, soccer centre staff, and the police. You are a great group of Edmontonians, and I really appreciate that you welcomed me with such kindness and respect.
I'd also like to thank all the behind-the-scenes people here at CBC, who do such fantastic work to make this project happen.

The camera guys filming all your goals. The editors putting together the highlight reels.
Our great journalism students, who must have extremely sore thumbs from all that tweeting!
All our technical staff, who worked all kinds of magic throughout the project. Our guys at the night desk who plugged in the scores. Our communications folks, who set up the display at the soccer centre and took questions. And, last but not least, the producer of this project, Mark Harvey. He did all the planning and took care of any hiccups along the way...he also had to deal with me:)
So, one more time...thank you to everyone who makes this tournament a success.
I'll see you on the pitch this summer. 
All the best,

Mini World Cup: March 30 - April 13

South Soccer Centre (6520 Roper Road) and East Soccer Centre (Victoria Trail at Hermitage Rd)

The Mini World Cup is an Edmonton and District Soccer Association and Edmonton tradition.

The speed and excitement of 6 v 6 indoor arena soccer. The tournament celebrates Edmonton's soccer and multicultural heritage.

This year's Mini World Cup features 79 teams wearing the colours of 41 countries. The Mini World Cup showcases the top men and women players in the City, plus Vintage and Legends categories featuring the finest players 45 and older. Also included this year, the Heritage Cup for players in EDSA Division 2 and below.

Tickets are can be purchased in person at the  South Soccer and east Soccer Centres.

Edmonton Kicks! Come down and cheer on your favourite team! And keep coming back to this website for scores and highlights!