Charity football match in aid of disabled war veterans to take place in Wembley
- Credit: Archant
A five-a-side football match in aid of disabled war veterans will kick off at the Powerleague soccer centre in Wembley on Tuesday at 7pm.
The match is one of a series of heats for the Royal Marines Charity Cup taking place at 14 UK Powerleague centres as part of a tournament supported by Patron Capital Partners, a pan European private equity real estate company.
Cash raised will go to the Royal Marines Hasler Company, a unit dedicated to the specific and complex needs of seriously injured and ill Royal Marines.
The grand final will be at Powerleague, Wembley on October 20 and the winning squad will receive a European city break plus £500 spending money.
Squads of seven can enter for a minimum donation of £30 to the Royal Marines Hasler Company.
To enter visit www.powerleague.co.uk
Powerleague Wembley is on Royal Route, off Engineer’s Way, Wembley.
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