The England 6 a side Team continues their build up to the Leisure Leagues powered 6 a side World Cup, this Wednesday, as they take on AFTV in a very special game at one of our newest venues.
The England squad have accepted a challenge from AFTV to play at Chatham Town’s Bauvill Stadium, with the festivities getting under way on Wednesday night at 7pm, as they continue on the road to Crete.
Robbie and the boys will be there, as the home of controversial fan opinion meets the very best in 6 a side football for the first time.
The Bauvill Stadium’s brand new pitch is one of our newest – and best – venues, with the Sunday league in full swing, and will soon be joined by a Monday night competition as part of our exclusive partnership with Chatham Town.
Our cameras will be on hand to film the event, with Andy Thorley, Leisure Leagues Media saying: “It will be interesting to see if AFTV can walk it like they talk it. As a Stoke supporter, I have noted that they called my beloved Potters a “pub team” in the past. I will be watching the score with interest, trust me.”
England’s vice-captain Daniel Beszant is one of a few players that have played for both teams, meaning rivalry will be fierce.
The real stuff kicks off in October, as England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland – all including Leisure Leagues players in their ranks – head to Crete.
For more information on the game with AFTC, go here.
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