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Soccer skills challenge coming to Ann Arbor

The Detroit News
Footballers Andrew Cole, Sami Hyypia, Executive Chairman of Relevent Sports Charlie Stillitano, Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel and basketball players Duncan Robinson and  Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman after April's press conference that  announced the Man U vs. Liverpool match at Michigan Stadium.

If you've been looking for a chance to put your soccer skills to the test, you're in luck.

The International Champions Cup Skills Challenge will take place at Ann Arbor's Elbel Field from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday and give young players the opportunity to be tested in four challenges: dribbling, shooting, juggling and passing.

The event is free and open to the public, and is broken into three age groups (Under-12, Under-16 and open age) in male and female divisions.

The top six winners will receive two tickets for the ICC match between Manchester United and Liverpool on July 28 at Michigan Stadium. Winners will also get to claim their trophy on the field during halftime of the match.

To register and pick a time slot for the ICC Skills Challenge, visit InternationalChampionsCup.com.