October 26th, 2007 | By | 1,684 Comments



Stop us if you’ve heard this one. During the 2002 World Cup, a group of NYC friends, designers, photographers, filmakers, artists and skaters came up with the idea to do something just for the sake of doing something (gasp!). And so came the birth of the Chinatown Soccer Club, a semi-organized soccer league that meets year round to play friendly games of six-on-six. Since their creation, CSC has derived enough interest to grab Adidas as a sponsor, develop a full line of t-shirts, hoodies and scarves, and become the darlings of every uber hip and underground publication across the country. We recently checked out their many posts on Arkitip.com and were blown away by this classic clip of the legendary Diego entertaining the crowd during a warm-up session. We’d be lying if we said we didn’t get a little misty.

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