Writer: Site Staff
Date:Wednesday June 6 2007
The first annual Vital Football tournament kicks off at Stanley Park, Blackpool on Saturday 14th July, and we`re asking if YOU want to be a part of it.
The 7 aside all day event costs just £50 a team to enter, full value for money with every team playing at least eight games throughout the day.
With a maximum of 10 players per team (3 subs), that means it will only be a fiver each - which covers costs for hiring the pitch for the afternoon and for a winners trophy, which I'm sure you'll agree isn't bad value for money.
The tournament will be a league of eight, with each league game being 10 minutes long. The top four go into the 'Champions Trophy` and play semi finals, with the bottom four going into the Wooden Spoon knockout, also taking the form of semi finals and final. Each knockout game will last for 15 minutes.
The winners of the tournament will receive a trophy and £50 beer money from Vital. The winners of the wooden spoon will also receive a trophy!
There will be two qualified referees officiating throughout the day.
As this is the inaugural tournament, this year will be the basis for further tournaments and we hope that it grows into an annual thing and gets bigger and better each year. We want you to be a part of history and of course, have a fantastic day out in the 'wonderful' seaside town of Blackpool!
With the tournament taking place on a Saturday, why not make a weekend out of it and take in the sights (some of which, admittedly, you will have wished you'd remembered to pack that gun of yours!!) of Blackpool - for example the Pleasure Beach or the many bars and nightclubs on offer in the evening.
Would you like to take part?
Get in touch with either TorontoPool or Jerry on Blackpool Vital through: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Either can help with hotel bookings and directions/transport to Stanley Park.
Please note, only eight teams can enter, so hurry if you want to be part of this great tournament!
Date:Wednesday June 6 2007
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