Soccer club raises money to compete internationally

A Brooklyn soccer club is asking for help to compete internationally.



The Central Brooklyn Soccer Club held a silent auction Sunday to raise money for a competition in Dubai.



The club, which includes both boys and girls, has about 200 members that compete against American and international teams.



This year, 40 kids have signed up for the Super Cup in Dubai in April. They would be the first all-black team ever to participate. The club still needs new uniforms, airfare and money to see the city.



The club has already raised $22,000, but they still need another $14,000 before the end of the month.


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