FAYETTEVILLE - Arkansas' soccer team is back in action at home on Sunday when the Razorbacks face the No. 1-ranked team in the country for the first time in program history.
The Razorbacks square off with top-ranked Florida State on Sunday at Razorback Field at 1 p.m. and the first 250 fans through the gate receive a Razorback Soccer slap bracelet.
The date has also been set as Arkansas' U.S. Youth Soccer Month game. September is Youth Soccer Month and the organization provides giveaways for games across the country. Goals are to raise awareness of Youth Soccer and the benefits of playing, to emphasize soccer as the No. 1 youth participation sport in America and a leading contributor to the healthy lifestyle of millions of families, to bring kids and families of all ages and abilities together for fun, friendship and fitness, and to highlight various programs available to children interested in soccer, including inner-city, special needs, recreational and elite programs.
As part of the observance of Youth Soccer Month, the Razorbacks will provide a postgame clinic on the field following the game for kids in eighth grade and below. To RSVP regarding the clinic, please call 479-575-6055.
In addition, other promotions include the Kids Zone, which opens at noon and at halftime, prizes for fans with the game program signed by head coach Colby Hale and the recipient of the Fan of the Game contest, chances to win $50 for fans selected for the Kick for Cash contest, mini soccer balls thrown into the stands following team introductions and goal t-shirts thrown into the stands after each Razorback score.
General admission tickets are $4 and all fans 17 years and younger are admitted free.
The Razorbacks are 3-2-0 this season, including 3-1-0 at home.