Crewe ASi Football Tournament
The season starts here, have you missed it, we think you have. Come and join us.
If you do fancy a game, and you can persuade nine of your mates to join you, why not enter a team in Crewe ASi's Annual 7-a-side Football Tournament and Family Fun Day?
This year the event is taking place in Wrenbury, at the Wrenbury Sports & Social Club, Nantwich Road, Wrenbury, on Sunday July 12th, with the first series of group games kicking off at 11:30. The facilities at Wrenbury are excellent - two changing rooms, a play area and most importantly a bar (which serves real ale) and all in close proximity to the pitch.
Last years tournament was a great success, we intend to improve again this year, but part of our objectives as an organisation and as supporters of the Alex is to "promote" the club throughout the catchment area and we're delighted to be flying the flag once again in "Dabberland." Getting there couldn`t be easier, the club is less than 15 minutes walk from Wrenbury Station, check our website for train timetables and fares.
The event format will follow that of a European showpiece with a group stage, quarters, semis and a grand final … complete with trophy, medals, champagne to spray and beer to drink for winners and runners-up, plus this year a children`s under 9 tournament.
An entry/registration fee of £40 (per team) is chargeable, cheaper than last year, but part of the monies raised will be donated to our chosen charity - CLIMB. Entry forms, and a copy of the rules, can be downloaded from our website www.creweasi.co.uk or simply give us call on 07500 656912, or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll ensure you get one. Deadline for entries, which must include your registration fee, is 30th June 2009.
As well as the football, there will be attractions for family and friends including a live band, Snugbury's ice cream stand, a bouncy castle and slide, as well as food and drink.
Based in Crewe, CLIMB is a national organisation working on behalf of children, young people and families affected by metabolic disease. The demand for their services continues to grow. Many children who at one time would have been undiagnosed are now known to have been suffering from a metabolic disease. As medical science and knowledge advances, this trend is likely to continue - there will be more families needing their support, more children relying upon them to help find cures. For further information visit www.climb.org.uk