The Most Important Game You Will Ever Play
Join us at the Give N Go Charity Soccer Tournament hosted by Synergy Soccer Club. Our mission is to unite our local soccer enthusiasts in spirited competition while simultaneously supporting and assisting those less fortunate around the world through the game of soccer.
Every Give N Go Charity Soccer Tournament will support a charitable cause. This fall, September 22—24, 2023 your participation and generous equipment donations will benefit the youth of the Philippines through SipaG Academy.
About the Tournament
Friday, September 22nd through Sunday, September 24th
Brent Hassert Park in Crest Hill, IL and Volunteer Park in Romeoville, IL (Facilities are 5 miles apart) Most games will take place at Brent Hassert Park.
The tournament is open to Girls U8 to U19 and Boys U8 to U15
This is a charity tournament and we plan to make a difference! Everyone will have the opportunity to donate soccer equipment, in new or used condition. We will only be accepting the following items: Soccer shoes (indoor, outdoor, futsal), soccer balls (any size), and goal keeper gloves.
A representative from SipaG Academy will be on hand to share information and stories about the needs of the children from the SipaG Academy. We encourage all children to stop by and learn about this incredible organization and how their support will make a difference.
All age groups will be guaranteed 3 games with the possibility of additional games via knockout rounds/playoffs. Teams will be placed in appropriate brackets to ensure suitable competition.
Registration is Now Open!
Registration Deadline is August 31st, 2023
Cost to Participate
5v5 – $550
7v7 – $635
9v9 – $725
11v11 – $795
Ask about our multi-team discounts!
Brent Hassert Park
19623 W Renwick Road
Crest Hill, IL
About SipaG Academy
SipaG is a youth leadership program, a Filipino non-profit foundation that has developed over 3,000 communities across the Philippines through holistic programs in shelter, health, livelihood, youth development, and social entrepreneurship.
SipaG is one of the pioneering programs in the Philippines that uses football, street football, and futsal for social impact in marginalized communities. Although SipaG is not limited to just one sport, football and its many modalities is the medium of choice because it is a gender-neutral team sport in the Philippines.
The SipaG program now collaborates and works with other foundations, communities, and schools across the country.
To learn more about SipaG visit their website www.sipagacademy.com