Powerade Fives’ tournament to offer teams the chance to train like a pro
Goals Soccer Centres are to host a nationwide five-a-side football tournament, giving teams up and down the country the chance to win a training session with a player from their favourite club.
The tournament is being run by Powerade in association with Goals, and is called the ‘Powerade Fives’. The winners of the tournament will get the chance to train with a football league player of their choice and they will also benefit from specialist hydration advice from the Powerade sports science team.
Not only will the entire team experience dedicated and focused coaching from a professional Football League player, they’ll also receive Powerade training kit and a year’s supply of Powerade!
The Norwich heat takes place on Sunday, May 19 at the Goals Soccer Centre off Hall Road, from 6pm. The winning teams from each heat will then progress to a regional final. From there, 16 teams will make it through to the national finals, which will take place in Gillette Corner on Sunday, July 21.
General Manager for Goals in Norwich James Lalonde, said: “This is a chance for five-a-side football players all over the country to prove they are the best and for the winners it’s a great chance for them to experience what it is like to train like a pro with their favorite football league player.”
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He added: “We look forward to seeing as many teams as possible at the Norwich centre for the heat.”
You can register for the tournament now by contacting Goals Norwich on 01603 790 060 or by visiting www.goalsfootball.co.uk. Entry costs £25 per team and every player who enters the Powerade Fives 2013 tournament will receive a FREE personalised Powerade Sports Bottle.
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