The members of the U.S. Men's National Team are not the only athletes representing their country in South Africa this Summer as American Matthew Millett is set to participate in the inaugural Special Olympics Unity Cup in Cape Town. Millett, along with 15 other Special Olympics athletes from around the world, will play in a match on July 3 alongside soccer legends and celebrities in Cape Town's fabulous Green Point stadium, site of a quarterfinal match for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Millett is in East Hartford this week supporting the MNT as he gets ready to represent the USA and 3.5 million Special Olympics athletes worldwide and got a chance this afternoon to meet a bunch of guys on the U.S. team. Below, Clint Dempsey chats with Matthew. The Unity Cup will serve as a leading example of the power of Special Olympics Unified Sports, with the goal of the match to support the mission of inclusion and acceptance for people with intellectual disabilities. To learn more about the Special Olympics Unity Cup please visit www.specialolympics.org/unitycup.