Join us at the Kicking + Screening Film Festival in NYC

Coaches Across Continents is the Social Initiative of the Year 2012 at the Kicking + Screening Soccer Film Festival.

Coaches Across Continents wins the Kicking+Screening Social Initiative Award

The Festival arrives in New York next week, running Wednesday, June 27, through Saturday, June 30, at Tribeca Cinemas. They’re getting very close to selling out, so make sure you GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! Full schedule below.
Special Guests They will be joined this year by several leading lights in the soccer culture scene, including ESPN analyst Alexi Lalas, best-selling author Jimmy Burns, directors of most of the films, and more.
Quiz Night on Friday Think you know the beautiful game? Come show your stuff during a trivia contest at the afterparty for Friday night’s screening of The Four-Year Plan. In association with Howler Magazine.
K+S at New York Red Bulls – D.C. United match this Sunday K+S will be special guests at the  sold out New York Red Bulls match at Red Bull Arena. We will even be flipping the coin for the match. And as a bonus for K+S fans, there’s a special deal on New York Red Bulls tickets: 15% off for their matches in July. CLICK HERE to get tickets.

Gringos at the Gate** WORLD PREMIERE ** | 7:30 pm ET, Cinema 1Why US vs. Mexico has become the most fiery and socially significant clash in international soccer More info and trailers | BUY TICKETS!_________________________________________Rivals: Celtic vs. Rangers and El Clásico: More than a Game7:30 pm ET, Cinema 2Double feature revealing the passion, the hatred, and the joy of two of the world’s biggest club rivalries. More info and trailers | BUY TICKETS!

1:1 Thierry Henry ** WORLD PREMIERE ** | 7:30 pm ET, Cinemas 1 & 2 An intimate portrayal of French star Thierry Henry and his high-profile move to the New York Red Bulls
Also showing: KEI (USA)More info and trailers | BUY TICKETS!

The Four-Year Plan (UK) 7:30 pm ET, Cinemas 1Queens Park Rangers have new billionaire owners and a mandate to reach the Premier League. So what’s the plan?
Also showing: Meister vs. Meister (Germany) and L’equip Petit (Spain)More info and trailers | BUY TICKETS!

The Last Proletarians of Football (Sweden) 7:30 pm ET, Cinemas 1Sven-Göran Eriksson’s revolution led IFK Göteborg’s semi-pro squad to the 1982 UEFA Cup. But how long could it last?
Also showing: 0:0 (Israel)More info and trailers | BUY TICKETS!

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