A chance to fly to Germany on holiday and a chance to benefit charities too, is on offer as a brand new community 6 a side football competition gets ready for kick off in August.
The league – which is run by Leisure Leagues, Europe’s largest provider of small sided soccer - kicks off on 18th August and will take place at Lees Brook Community School every Sunday. Games cost £30 – with the first match free and happen between the times of 6-8pm.
The Leisure Leagues Monthly Star Prize, which is drawn at the end of the season and broadcast live on the firm’s Facebook Page, is an all-expenses paid trip for the whole team to a Bundesliga match.
Leisure Leagues are the only football provider who donates the profits from the league to charities – with Cancer Research UK and The Dogs Trust amongst the recent beneficiaries.
New Business Manager, Jack Bullivant admitted he couldn’t wait to get cracking and said: “We have been running leagues for 30 years and we are really looking forward to bringing our unique brand of football here.”