Soccer Capital Announces New Kid-Friendly Game Portal

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Soccer Capital -- the new "MySpace" for youth soccer players -- has just released a brand-new games portal that kids, teenagers, and even parents will love. In addition, all games are completely free to play.

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Soccer Capital has announced that is now live and waiting for kids all over the world to come and enjoy. The new Soccer Capital games portal presents over 200 free, casual games, including sports competitions, strategy brainteasers, driving games, shooting games, arcade favorites, puzzles, action games and more.

Since all of the games are played online, there is never anything to download onto the player's own computer. This aspect of Soccer Capital's games portal precludes any worries parents might have about their children downloading games with viruses, Trojans, or other download hazards. In addition, parents can rest assured that all of the games are 100% safe and kid friendly.

The games portal is just one of several features the Soccer Capital website is rolling out over the next few months. Soccer Capital is destined to become the new "MySpace" for youth soccer players.

On Soccer Capital, soccer playing kids will be able to look up their team's statistics as well as those of their friends and competitors. They will be able to upload and download videos and photos, chat with friends and teammates, compare notes, get sports tips, learn soccer tricks, and much more.

Soccer Capital's vision is to create a safe, entertaining online site for kids, who have a common interest in soccer, where they can gather, learn, and play. For more information, please visit

About Soccer Capital - Conceived by world-class soccer coaches and social networking specialists, Soccer Capital reports youth soccer team scores, educates youth on soccer tips and tricks, and provides a fun online environment where young people can meet and greet. "Soccer Capital is everything soccer and much moreā„¢".

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