PITTSBURGH — On Oct. 23-24, the Steel City World Cup will return to Pittsburgh following a year off due to Covid-19.
The soccer tournament will feature teams representing 17 countries across five continents. The Steel City World Cup is presented by BNY Mellon and is organized and hosted by PUMP, Open Field and Welcoming Pittsburgh, an initiative of the Office of Mayor Bill Peduto. It will be held at the Montour Junction Sports Complex in Coraopolis.
“We couldn’t be more excited to welcome back the Steel City World Cup for 2021,” said Brian Magee, CEO of PUMP. “Soccer is an incredible unifier and for many is a common language that connects people in goodwill competition. We are so pleased to welcome teams from such diverse and beautiful countries as Somalia, China, Germany and Mexico, as well as many others around the world.”