Girls Football Week Challenge

April 15th, 2015

Northern NSW Football is pleased to announce the inclusion of a Football FIVE5 Girls Football Week Challenge just for women in Girls Football Week on Friday 15th May at the new Lake Macquarie Regional Facility at Speers Point.

The Football FIVE5 Girls Football Week Challenge is exclusively for female players and provides local players with the opportunity to experience the excitement and speed of Football FIVE5 within a fun and relaxed atmosphere. All teams will play a minimum of three fixtures and the entry fee includes a light dinner in Sidelines Café at the conclusion of the event. Details follow;

When: Friday 15 May
Time: First fixtures commence at 6.15pm
Where: Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility – Park Rd Speers Point
Format: 3 matches of Football FIVE5 – 10 min halves
Teams: Strictly limited to a total of 16 teams
Players per team: 6 to 8 per team
Age: 18 years plus
Team fee: $100 per team which includes a light dinner in Sidelines Café

Registrations for the Football FIVE5 Girls Football Week Challenge will close 5pm Monday 11th May 2015.

For more information, or to register a team visit www.footballfives.com.au

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