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Free balls and kit at Soccersixes League

PUBLISHED: 16:00 25 January 2018

Free kits and footballs are to be given to all new teams that enter the Soccersixes Islington League in a sponsorship deal arranged by the league organisers

Free kits and footballs are to be given to all new teams that enter the Soccersixes Islington League in a sponsorship deal arranged by the league organisers

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Free kits and footballs are to be given to all new teams who enter the Soccersixes Islington League thanks to a sponsorship deal arranged by league organisers.

A top of the range Puma match ball will be given to all new teams that sign up to play at Whittington Park, with spaces still available.

Soccersixes Matt Scoffham said: “We are extremely pleased to have secured a sponsorship deal to enable all our teams to have free footballs and also for us to use the best Puma match balls at the league.

“When teams join they will get a free football to take home and do what they want with it. The league will provide each team with a free ball thanks to Puma, who we are very thankful to for the deal.”

There is no entry or registration fee to play in the Soccersixes league, which is refereed by qualified officials. Teams wishing to join can call Paul on 07496 933087 or register online at soccersixes.net

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