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eUpdate – World Cup Viewing, NCAA Track Championships

    In partnership with the Portland Timbers, Alpha Broadcasting and TAOW Modern Marketing, the Oregon Sports Authority is thrilled to announce “Soccer City Celebration presented by McDonald’s,” featuring two free public viewings of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in the heart of downtown Portland. On Saturday, June 12, the much-anticipated U.S. – England match will be shown live from South Africa on a giant 12′ by 17′ LED screen in the new Director Park on SW Taylor and Park Avenue. The event begins at 11:00 a.m., and at halftime, the Portland Timbers will publicly unveil their new Major League Soccer logo for the very first time as the club prepares to make the move to MLS next season.

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