The Accountancy Age Fives
, organised by Top Corner, will bring together teams from right across the profession and from around the country.
The tournament takes place in Wembley, London, on 26th May 2002. The £295 (plus VAT) entry fee per team covers a squad of ten and includes lunch.
Matches will last approximately ten minutes and each team can expect a minimum of five matches during the day.
The morning session will consist of a group stage, where each team will play four or five matches in their league. The top teams from these groups will then qualify for the afternoon’s ‘elite’ Cup competition, while those who didn’t do so well will still have the chance of some silverware in the Plate competition.
The tournament’s winner will also get the chance to play in the grand unifying Top Corner Fives Final to be held in the autumn against other top teams.
Here sixteen teams – each champions in their own right – from across British industry will compete for the right to the title Best Corporate Football Team in Britain.
Top Corner, has established a track record for running excellent, fun and exciting tournaments for a variety of professions and individual clients – although this is the first year for Accountancy Age Fives.
Top Corner will provide continuous results updates throughout the day – it will be very easy to see exactly where your team stands after each result. Water coolers will have mineral water on tap at all times.
All matches will be refereed by qualified refs, and match balls will be provided. Bibs will be provided in the case of kit clashes. A PA system will be used to ensure that information is relayed promptly.
Company based teams wanting to take part in ‘Accountancy Age Fives’ should contact Top Corner Events on 020 7371 3456 or visit the ‘fives’ website at www.topcorner.it/fives. Application will be online at the Top Corner website.
Accountancy Age Fives
Date: Sunday 26th May 2002
Venue: Goals Soccer Centre, Wembley, London
Time: 10am – 5pm (approx)
Cost: £295 + VAT per team. (This allows entry for a squad of 10, and includes lunch etc)
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