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  • Kino Sports Complex set to host youth football and car show Nov.5

    Oct 27, 2016 | Read More News
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    Tucson Youth FootballThe Tucson Youth Football & Spirit Federation will hold its annual Tucson Youth Football City Championships Nov. 5 at the Kino North Complex, 2817 E. Ajo Way. Twelve teams from divisions 8U to 13U will play for first and second place. Each team’s cheerleading squad will also compete.

    The championships kick off Saturday, Nov. 5 at 8 a.m. with the last game ending by 8 p.m. While parking is free, the event will charge a $7 admission fee for anyone over the age of 7. This fee will cover the admission to all games held that day and all game proceeds will go back to the league to pay for future tournament venues.

    Before heading out to the games, spectators should visit the Kino Sports Complex website to see the list of prohibited items and plan accordingly. Guests cannot bring ice coolers or outside food and beverage, except one water bottle or sports drink per person. The facility will allow attendees to bring pop-up tents, umbrellas and folding lawn chairs, as long as nothing gets staked into the ground.

    For more information about the championship games and schedule, visit the Tucson Youth Football & Spirit Federation website

    Cops & Rodders ShowKino Sports Complex will also host the 10th Annual Tucson Police Department Cops & Rodders Show on Nov. 5 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at its South Complex in the Kino Stadium parking lot area. 

    This admission-free event will have between 500 to 800 classic and show cars on display, including several emergency-type vehicles and also food and retail vendors and free activities for the kids. In previous years, this show has drawn crowds of up to 15,000 people. 

    The Cops & Rodders Show benefits the Tucson Police Foundation and the Tucson Police Department. All event proceeds will go toward the purchase of life-saving safety equipment and essential officer safety and tactical training.

    For more information about the show, visit the Tucson Police Foundation’s website


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