U.S. Soccer is releasing a series of videos profiling members of the U.S. World Cup squad called “One Nation. One Team. 23 Stories.”
This is the second in a series of profiles of players from Southern California featuring Whitney Engen of Rolling Hills Estates.
From the press release:
Fans can also go to PassTheLove.com beginning May 15 to share a message of support from their social media channels directly to the Wall of Support. Posting a message allows visitors to automatically be entered to receive instant-win prizes, such as snacks, U.S. Soccer jerseys, gear and other giveaways.
Diamond Bar’s Alex Morgan, who appeared in Sports Illustrated’s 2014 swimsuit issue. will smash soccer balls that will create paint bursts on a blank canvas intended as a message of support for the team ahead of next month’s World Cup in Canada on Pier Plaza Friday in Hermosa Beach.
The public is invited to join the #PasstheLove campaign (passthelove.com goes live May 15) from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. to watch or join in the creation of the huge mural set for a 5:15 p.m. unveiling by Galaxy great Cobi Jones.
No real surprises. Veteran Shannon Boxx — a long-time Torrance resident and South High alumnus — is not from Redondo Beach where she lived just briefly, but local representation includes Palos Verdes Estates and Rolling Hills Estates.
GAME DAY! Come out and see the first day of exciting WMF World Cup soccer at Citizens Business Bank Arena…. http://t.co/0B9Cs2V28J
— Ontario Fury (@OntarioFury) March 23, 2015
Highlights of Sunday’s game between Mexico and Romania are here: