Greeneville will be hosting one of the biggest single day soccer tournaments in East Tennessee on Saturday.
More than 60 teams representing 10 different clubs ranging from Bristol to Athens will be in town to compete in the East Tennessee Super Friendlies.
Steve Crouch, president of the Greeneville Soccer Association, said this is the biggest one-day tournament in the area, certainly the biggest ever in Greene County.
The event is the third in the Super Friendlies series, with matches already having been played in Morristown and Knoxville/Maryville.
Teams in age groups from U9 to U18 will compete in about 60 different matches played at the Galaxy Park located off the Baileyton Road, at Terry Bellamy Soccer Park off Bernard Avenue and at Greeneville High School's Burley Stadium.
"This is the biggest thing we've ever hosted," Crouch said. "We want to encourage people to come by and see what competitive soccer is all about."
Matches are set to begin at 8 a.m. on Saturday at the various locations and continue throughout the day.
Admission to all the games is free, and fans are encouraged to bring their own chairs.