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RFK STADIUM CHOSEN TO HOST U.S. SOCCER
Published March 14, 1995
U.S. Soccer officials will announce that Washington has been chosen as one of the sites to host U.S. Cup '95, according to this morning's WASHINGTON POST. Two of the tournament matches, including one with the U.S. team, will be held at RFK Stadium. The U.S. will take on Mexico on June 18 and Mexico will play Colombia in June 21. The games will be shown live on ABC and ESPN2. Other sites include Rutgers Stadium, the Cotton Bowl, and Foxboro Stadium (Steven Goff, WASHINGTON POST, 3/14).