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College and Pro Combine

 College and Pro Combine Logo The College and Pro Combine is a brand new tournament that offers recruits an opportunity to play a combination of games in front of college scouts from U.S and professional team scouts from Argentina.

Find out more by reaching out directly to the tournament director

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The event takes place in Beunos Aires, Argentina, with departure from Florida for US-based players.

Games are played in both 11v11 and 8v8 formats, with organizers handling the distribution of recruits iamong the various teams.

Teams of US players play against each other as well as against Argentinian teams.

Organizers also offer a full itinerary of professional training to all recruits as part of the service.

Hosted by: Futbol Soccer Events
Location: Buenos Aires Argentina
Dates: March 3-8, 2013
Setting: Outdoor/Grass
Youth/Adult: Adults
Ages: 18+
Format: 8v8 / 11v11
Level: Highly Competitive
Gender: Men
Cost: $150 per player
Application Deadline: January 15
Tournament Director: Manny Fama
Phone: (954) 895-8172

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Places to Stay in the Area can help you find terrific group deals on a number of hotels in the area through the Partner Network. All you have to do is click on the link, plug in the tournament dates and location and a selection of the best deals in town will come up, as well as reviews from other guests to help you make your choice.

Car and Van Rentals

For teams that need to rent cars or vans for the weekend, is a member of the Partner Network and can help you find terrific discount deals on car rentals in the area. Simply click on the link, plug in the tournament dates and location and a selection of the best deals will come up.

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