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U.S. Women’s Amputee Soccer Team Launches Fundraising for Inaugural World Cup with $50,000 Match Offer

The American Amputee Soccer Association and the U.S. Women’s Amputee Soccer Team is excited to announce the launch of their fundraising campaign for the inaugural Women's Amputee Soccer World Cup. In a remarkable show of support, a generous private donor has pledged to match all donations up to $50,000, doubling the impact of every contribution made. This matching offer is available until August 1st.

Head Coach Paige Palazzolo, Team Captains Sarah Evans and Alexia Michitti are leading the charge, preparing the team to represent the United States on the world stage. The Women's Amputee Soccer World Cup marks a significant milestone in the sport, and the U.S. team is determined to make a strong showing.

“We are thrilled about this incredible opportunity and the generous matching offer from our donor. This support is crucial in helping us cover travel, training, and competition expenses. We are deeply grateful and excited for the journey ahead,” said Paige Palazzolo.

Sarah Evans added, “This is a dream come true for our team. We’ve worked so hard to get here, and with the support of our community and this amazing donation match, we are one step closer to achieving our goals.” Alexia Michitti says “Amputee soccer has created so many opportunities for myself and my teammates and I’m looking forward to representing the USA with a bunch of awesome women.”

The team invites supporters to contribute to their fundraising efforts, ensuring that every dollar counts twice as much with the matching offer. Donations can be made through the team's official fundraising page

For media inquiries or to schedule an interview with Head Coach Paige Palazzolo or Team Captains Sarah Evans/Alexia Michitti, please contact


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