Wambach in Florida for TOPSoccer fundraiser
Wambach in Florida for TOPSoccer fundraiser avatar

USA Superstar and 2012 gold medalist, Abby Wambach is coming on December 16th to the Indoor Sports Complex in South Florida and your daughter and/or son can play soccer with her!

Abby Wambach, along with Florida Youth Soccer, has launched this ONCE IN A LIFETIME innovative and fun fundraiser to benefit Florida’s TOPSoccer*.

Every player has the chance to play soccer with Abby Wambach at the event!   

EVERY PERSON WHO RAISES $250 will attend, with a parent or guardian, lunch with Abby Wambach on December 16th at the Indoor Sports Complex in South Florida.  Lunch includes pictures and autographs followed by a Q&A.  The Top 64 overall fundraisers, after lunch, WILL PLAY SOCCER WITH Abby Wambach!

To be eligible to have lunch with Abby and to play soccer with Abby, players must register and fundraise.  It’s as easy as 1-2-3:

1.      Follow this link to our fundraising website:  www.fysaplayhardplayfair.org

2.      Click “Register” and complete the short registration

3.      Follow the simple instructions emailed to you and email your player fundraising link to family and friends asking for donations of any amount to your personal fundraising account.

* FYSA TOPSoccer is a community-based training and team placement program for young athletes with disabilities, organized by youth soccer association volunteers. The program is designed to bring the opportunity of learning and playing soccer to any boy or girl, who has a mental or physical disability. The goal is to enable all young athletes with disabilities to become valued and successful members of the Florida Youth Soccer family.


If you have any questions please email:  questions@fysaplayhardplayfair.org.

About Gavin Owen-Thomas

Gavin's a former journalist who worked in both newspapers and television media while also coaching at both youth and professional level. Born in Namibia, he grew up in South Africa before moving to England and then on to the United States, arriving in 1978. Gavin started playing as soon as he was old enough to kick a ball, and like every youngster he dreamed of playing, fame and glory. Oh, well.... But he does have a USSF A Coaching license, and took his UEFA A License in Wales. GotSoccer is a play on his initials. He launched the website in 1996, and for the first few years it was well-known for its soccer forum. In 2003 Gavin commissioned programmer Aaron Wilmoth to build a scheduling program based on a design he drew on the back of a restaurant napkin, and GotSoccer as we know it today was born.
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