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Harvard Men's Soccer to Host Haitian National Team April 10th (Haiti Fundraising)

The Harvard men's soccer team will host the Men's National Team of Haiti on Sunday April 10 to benefit Partners In Health relief efforts in Haiti.  

Haiti National Team vs. Harvard University

The Haiti National Team is traveling to New England for a five-day benefit tour, taking on Dartmouth on April 8 before heading to Cambridge for a 5 pm game at historic Harvard Stadium.

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Haiti is currently the 99th ranked team in the world out of the 202 FIFA nations.

"We are thrilled to host our friends from Haiti," said head coach Carl Junot. "Together with Partners In Health and the administration at Dartmouth, we hope that this extended weekend of games will be a large benefit to Partners In Health's work in Haiti."

The events at both Dartmouth and Harvard will raise money to support Partners In Health and its relief efforts in Haiti, which is still recovering from a catastrophic 7.0M earthquake that struck on Jan. 12, 2010.

Tickets to the game for the general public will be $10. Admission for the game will be free to Harvard undergraduates, but donations will be accepted for this worthy cause will all the proceeds going to Partners In Health.

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Host: Harvard Athletics and Friends of the Harvard Soccer to Support The Rebuilding of Haiti
Location:
Harvard Stadium (Allston, MA)
65 N. Harvard St.
Allston, MA 02134
Directions: From the north: Take I-93 south to Storrow Drive exit. Storrow Drive west for approximately five miles. Exit at Harvard Square/North Havard Street. At top of exit, turn left onto North Harvard Street. Approximately 1/4 mile on your right will be the entrance for Harvard Stadium. From the south: Take I-93 North to Storrow Drive exit. Storrow Drive west for approximately five miles. Exit at Harvard Square/North Harvard Street. At top of exit, turn left onto North Harvard Street. Approximately 1/4 mile on your right will be the entrance for Harvard Stadium. MBTA Harvard Square Stop on the Red Line. Bus 66 and 86.

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