Class Is PermanentPosted on: 04 July 2008 by Gareth Hargreaves
The London Masters returns to Wembley Arena on 19th July.
Forget about the European Championships, the real action is heading to Wembley Arena on the 19th July.
The greatest legends of the game will be going head-to-head once more in pursuit of the most coveted prize in indoor football.
London’s leg of the Screwfix Masters tournament will feature current capital champions Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham, Watford and Crystal Palace.
Teams packed full of stars, including Nigel Winterburn, Paul Davis, Jason Cundy, Steve Sedgley, David Howells, Kevin Keen, Steve Potts and Stuart Slater willl be battling it out in what promises to be the showpiece event of the year.
Tickets for the London Masters are £25 in the centre seating area and £18 elsewhere for adults, £12 for children. Doors open at 6pm with kick off at 7.30pm.
If you wish to buy tickets for the event, visit the Screwfix London Masters website.
About the Masters
Masters football is a 6-a-side indoor football competition, where players over the age of 35 are chosen by the Masters Football Selection Committee to represent a senior club for which they played.
Regional heats are held, and the winners of each go forward to a national finals competition. Games are played in two halves of eight minutes and matches are televised live on Sky Sports.
This year, Masters Football are hoping to raise money for the charity The Willow Foundation; a national charity dedicated to improving the quality of life of seriously ill young adults.
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