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Match Reports

  • Leicester City 2017

    Date: Monday 29th May 2017
    Venue: King Power Stadium
    Leicester City (Home) vs Leicester City (Away)
    Kick Off: 19:30 pm
    Legends & Managers: Ashley Chambers & Matt Piper
    Match Officials: Stuart Wade, Reece Warner, Harry Moir & Mehul Karia

  • Man Utd 2017

    Date: Monday 29th May
    Venue: Old Trafford
    Manchester United (Home) vs Manchester United (Away)
    Kick Off: 10:15 am
    Legends & Managers: Denis Law & Danny Webber
    Match Officials: Luke Watson, Chris Ward, Drew Dutton & Jack Hall

  • Southampton 2017

    Date: Sunday 28th May 2017
    Venue: St Mary’s Stadium
    Southampton (Home) vs Southampton (Away)
    Kick Off: 10:30 am
    Legends & Managers: Not Applicable
    Match Officials: Peter Munt, Peter Gibbins, Aaron Baker & Matt Myers

  • Chelsea 2017

    Date: Friday 26th May 2017
    Venue: Stamford Bridge
    Chelsea (Home) vs Chelsea (Away)
    Kick Off: 19:45 pm
    Legends & Managers: Not Applicable
    Match Officials: Peter Munt, Mark Taylor, Steve Daly & Stuart Kenworthy

    Full Time: Chelsea (Home) 3 - 0 Chelsea (Away)

    A full Match Report will appear here soon.

  • Bolton Wanderers 2017

    At the Home of the newly promoted Bolton Wanderers, two teams of excited fans marched out at the Macron Stadium. The Bolton Home team in White and the Bolton Away team in Blue served up an entertaining classic as the game finished 6-4 to the Blues.

  • Arsenal 2017

    A wonderfully entertaining match took place at The Emirates Stadium, the home of Arsenal FC where the pitch was immaculate and the weather was bright, fitting for such a spectacle. The game finished honours even as both sides scored 4 goals apiece with some truly outstanding play shown by the 22 players out on the pitch.

  • Sporting CP G2 2017

    Our 2nd Sporting CP game of the day provided plenty of entertainment for the watching fans, with both teams playing some great passing football and scoring some excellent goals. After being behind for most of the game the Home team fought back to draw level with minutes to go, however the Away team showed their competitive edge to grab a goal in the dying minutes and earn a narrow 3-4 win.

  • Sporting CP G1 2017

    The conditions were perfect as the Sporting Clube de Portugal players exited the tunnel and climbed the stairs onto the immaculate José Alvalade pitch. With 10 member of the Sporting CP Veterans team involved the standard of the game promised to be high and so it proved, with the watching fans enjoying a hugely entertaining 10 goal game.

  • Brighton 2017

    It was a bright and warm Tuesday morning at the Home of newly promoted Brighton and Hove Albion when the two teams walked onto the Amex pitch in the name of charity. They say football is a game of two halves and it proved to be the case in this game.

  • Norwich City 2017

    The sun was shining, the Carrow Road pitch was in great condition and it was a perfect morning for our two Norwich City teams to showcase their skills and raise money in the name of charity. The Canaries fans served up an entertaining and close game, but in the end 2 excellent goals from Gonzalo Rioja made the difference, earning his Away team a deserved 1-4 win.