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Sports Programs

UPF Soccer Team Plays in Peace Tournament

St. Petersburg, Russia—The football team of UPF of St. Petersburg took part in a traditional New Year's tournament as part of the Soccer for Peace initiative.

The Institute of International Educational Programs cordially hosted eight teams within its walls. The teams playing in the January 4, 2018, tournament represented national and religious communities, as well as social movements.

For many years the UPF team has played under the motto “Play Soccer for Peace,” involving representatives of different nationalities and cultures.

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