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2018 - 2023
Won against Team Brazil
Won against Team USA
The 2023 Boston Unity Cup hosted 32 teams representing 27 countries and regions at Carter Fields.
"I am proud to be a part of an event that celebrates all who call Boston home, and the spirit of competition, camaraderie and community. Soccer's ability to build bonds across backgrounds and identities is one of things I love about the sport, and I am excited to see that play out on the field during the tournament."
Samantha Mewis, World Cup Champion
TEAM CAPE VERDE
Won in PKs over Team USA
Won 4-3 in double overtime over Team USA
The 2022 Boston Unity Cup hosted 28 teams representing 21 countries between 2 divisions at Madison Park.
"Boston is a city of champions with an unwavering commitment to building community for all. The communities represented in this tournament are a reflection of Boston being a global city where everyone can come together to work, play and support each other. I’m thrilled to support the Boston Unity Cup that uses soccer as a vehicle to spread joy and build connections."
Mayor Michelle Wu
Won in PKs over Team Honduras
TEAM CAPE VERDE
Won in PKs over Team Sudan
The 2019 Boston Unity Cup hosted 28 teams representing 21 countries between 2 divisions at Moakley.
“Soccer is a sport that brings all cultures together, and this tournament creates an opportunity for fans in Boston to put to practice their love for soccer, have a good time with their neighbors, and take advantage of our wonderful public spaces. I wish the best to all the players!”
Mayor Martin J. Walsh
Won 2 -1 against Team El Salvador
In 2018, we welcomed 16 flag-bearing nations to compete in the first annual Unity Cup held at Moakley Park in South Boston.
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