Tiger Street Football raring to go in Mongolia

The tournament’s fourth leg is set for Mongolia as Tiger Street Football continues to make waves around the world

The date is set and now it’s time for Tiger Street Football to take over Mongolia.

After successful stints in Cambodia, Australia and Malaysia, the fourth stop for the total non-stop action football will be taking place at the Drama Theater Square in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Taking to the Tiger Street Football Cage to battle for street football supremacy, players will pit their skills against each other under the watchful eyes of Tournament Ambassador, former World Cup-winning captain and 2006 Ballon d’Or winner Fabio Cannavaro – who has cemented his place in history as not just one of the greatest defenders of his generation, but as an inspiration for aspiring footballers across the world.

Specially for Mongolia, there will apperances by Emcee Tsomo, Famous Football TV host Amaraa; performances by DJ Zoloo, BMX stunt riders, Urban dance crew, Mohanic alternative band and none other than the football freestylers.

Having already seen action-packed street football festivities in the earlier two legs of Phnom Penh, Cambodia (March) and Sydney, Australia (May), Malaysia (July) Tiger Street Football 2013 is sure to sizzle Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia this September, before continuing on to Guangzhou, China and Singapore.

The winning teams from each nation will then converge in Ho Chi Minh City for the Grand Finals, where the excitement will hit fever pitch as the region’s street footballing creme de la creme take to the caged pitch, to battle with invited international sides for the crown of Tiger Street Football Grand Champion 2013 and the huge prize purse of USD$30,000!

Be sure to come to cheer the street warriors, get involved in the exciting street festivities and meet Tiger Street Football Ambassador Fabio Cannavaro at the Mongolian leg of Tiger Street Football 2013 happening on September 7-8 at the Drama Theater Square.

For more information, please hop on over to www.tigerstreetfootball.com today!