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(KSDK) -- People in more than 10 cities around the country will try and break the world record for synchronized soccer dribbling on Saturday.

St. Louis helped set the record in 2011, but it has since been defeated. If you're interested in helping break the record, just head to the Saint Louis University soccer field. Registration starts at 4 p.m. and the event gets started at 5.

Pete Spanos, owner of Vetta Sports and a board member for America Scores, stopped by Today In St. Louis to talk about the event and its charitable goal.