Jun 3 2008 By Antony Panacides
Teams are being invited to snap up the last places in a football club's annual fun weekend.
St Joseph's FC Annual Soccer 6's Football festival takes place on the June 21 and 22 at Kenton Recreation Ground, The Club is also celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Originally founded in 1971 the club later disbanded due to a lack of Volunteers. Some 17 years later it was resurrected and, in 1988, became affiliated to Middlesex County FA. The progress and commitment of parents, players and volunteers over the years has made the club what it is today.
Over the weekend more than 200 teams will participate ranging from under 6 through to under 15 age groups. The event also attracts nearly 4,000 spectators. Programmes are £2.50, 48 pages of full colour and are available at the gates. Attractions include a BBQ, Disco Dome, Giant Slide, Assault Course, Penalty Shoot Out, and Goal Keeper Competition plus a raffle for a limited edition 1966 world cup final print Signed by four of the players.
There are a limited amount of spaces left for teams entering, please visit the club's website for further details on how to enter, www.stjosephsfc.com.