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Announcement :: Organizing
BOSTON ANNUAL ANARCHIST SOCCER TOURNAMENT 2008
02 Feb 2008
calling all nomadic soccer tribes, fellow oneironauts, comrades, soul soldiers, heart healers and lovers across the entire continent of north america and especially the east coast!

This spring of 2008, we all should claim by sharing an epic mental/physical, tribally spiritual regenerative event together in the form of some extremely fun soccer playing.
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A super rad tournament was held in 2004, with about 12 or more teams from all over Massachusetts and some from New York. The tournament was held in Jamaica Plain, and was easily accessible by the subway train. I believe each match lasted about 40 minutes, 20 minutes for each half, with five players per team in the game at once. Tribes would be welcomed to have two separate teams if necessary. This was an amazingly fun event in the underground community of boston and massachusetts, and it would be awesome to bring it back!

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If you're down for the cause, or you were already thinking of this, or you were part of the 2004 tournament, please begin communicating this message and building conversation for it over our networks. I'm doing my best to make this work once again, and if this message could reach enough people, I would like to maximize the potential for such an event as this. Love and light to everybody, and just keep doin what you do, namaste!

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