Ashton Gate to host Corporate Football Tournament

Entries are open for Bristol Sport Foundation’s Corporate Football Tournament, which will take place on the hallowed turf of Ashton Gate on Thursday, May 4th.

Businesses are invited to enter mixed-gender teams of 10 for the five-a-side tournament as the annual football fundraiser returns to the home of Bristol City and Bristol Bears during this year’s Celebration of Sport week.

The festival of football will be followed by food and drinks, providing a fantastic opportunity to combine teambuilding and networking with fellow Bristol business professionals, with the event running from 6pm-8pm in BS3.

All proceeds will go towards Bristol Sport Foundation, raising much needed funds to support disadvantaged young people access and enjoy our community activities.

Ben Breeze, Bristol Sport Foundation Chief Community Officer said: “Our fundraising events throughout the year raise vital funds that enable us to continue our work in some of the most deprived communities across Greater Bristol.

“Over the years we’ve established great support and grown strong partnerships with local organisations and businesses who get behind these events and make them such a success.

“Our Corporate Football Tournament is all about coming together, having fun, and raising money for a worthy cause… all with a little healthy competition thrown in the mix.”

The cost to enter a mixed squad of 10 is a donation of £650. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, please contact to confirm your entry ASAP.

CLICK HERE for a brief insight into Nascence – Bristol Sport Foundation’s business and community engagement programme. We can’t do what we do without support from great people like you!



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