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Keep Football Alive
07-May-2015, 11:51 PM
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Keep Football Alive
Hi, I set up Keep Football Alive as I have been concerned about the lack of support for grassroots football. There are many businesses like mine not supporting kids football. I hope people around the area buy into this idea as profits fro leagues will support local teams. There is everything to like about our leagues, join us now.

Please see our local advert below:
Keep Football Alive are excited to announce that we have a Brand New Tuesday League starting in Preston at Bishop Rawstorne CE Academy on there fantastic 3G surface.
Games are 40 minutes long and for only £26 per game there is no other league in the area that offers that kind of value for money!
In our opinion this is one of the VERY BEST facilities in the whole of Lancashire, not just Preston!
Games are played on the excellent 3G 'Rubber Crumb' pitches with 16 teams split into 2 divisions of 8 teams each.
Games between 7.00pm - 9.00pm - Need early or late kick offs? We do all we can to accommodate your requests.
Keep Football Alive have run leagues and put profits back into grassroots football, so there is much to like about our leagues. With free registration for the season, all you have to do is turn up and enjoy a hassle free game of football!
The leagues are open to all standards. Whether you are a weekend team looking for some extra fitness or just a group of mates looking for some after work fun, this league is perfect for you! We will have 2 divisions within the league and a cup competition as well.
Spaces are filling up fast so if you would like some more information on the league please drop me a message on here, text Preston and your name to 07982 245152 or you can call freephone on 0800 689 1042 and ask for Danny or Paul!
Visit our website: http://www.keepfootballalive.co.uk


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10-May-2015, 12:14 PM
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RE: Keep Football Alive
Hi Paul, good idea.

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10-May-2015, 03:17 PM
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A step in the right direction, how things have changed, in the 60`s we started a Preston area junior Sunday football league and were chased off every park in the area, only for red rose who let us use their weast paddock pitch we would have had no place to play, good move away from compute couch potatoes, Well Done from little acorns giant oaks can grow.

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