BEAUTIFUL GAME BANTER with Caldwell & KJ

EVENT POSTPONED — NEW DATE COMING SOON

 
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EVENT Details

Date & Time: TBD

Location: Opera Bob's Public House (1112 Dundas West at Ossington, Toronto)

Tickets: $25 (with 100% of proceeds supporting Football for Good in Uganda)

Come out and join TSN's Kristian Jack and Steven Caldwell for an incredible night of ‘Beautiful Game Banter’!


CLICK THE BUTTON TO BUY TICKETS TODAY! SPACE IS LIMITED!

(YOU WILL BE SENT TO PAYPAL TO BUY YOUR TICKET. ONCE YOU’VE MADE YOUR PURCHASE, SIMPLY SHOW UP AT THE EVENT WITH PICTURE I.D. & YOU’RE ALL SET!)


This ‘Oh Canada Edition’ of Beautiful Game Banter will be a ton of fun.

Kristian Jack and Steven Caldwell will lead an interactive discussion (with some surprise guests), that will preview Team Canada’s Tuesday night match with Dominica, dig into all of the the CPL news, and we’re sure plenty of international football banter will slip into the conversation.

Get your tickets today, space is limited — and get ready for the banter!


(YOU WILL BE SENT TO PAYPAL TO BUY YOUR TICKET. ONCE YOU’VE MADE YOUR PURCHASE, SIMPLY SHOW UP AT THE EVENT WITH PICTURE I.D. & YOU’RE ALL SET!)


Location

 

Opera Bob's Public House
1112 Dundas West (at Ossington)
Toronto, On, M6J 1X2


 


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Who YOU're supporting

Football for Good (FFG) is already being considered East Africa's top full-time residential youth football academy and scholarship program. FFG now has a national training centre in Kampala and a regional training centre in Gulu, which provides the best young footballers in the region with a scholarship that gives them full-time football training, international coaching and exposure, as well as an exemplary academic and character development program. Over the past four years, FFG has scouted over 20,000 young players to select the 40 that now make up their elite academies.

This month, FFG will send their first young player on a professional contract to Europe and their first international scholar, on a full scholarship, to Canada’s St. Andrew’s College. And, starting in October, the FFG U15 squad will be youngest group to play in the FUFA Juniors League, Uganda's only elite U19 league.

For more information, please contact:
Adrian Bradbury, Founder & Academy Director
Football for Good Youth Academy
Email: adrian.footballforgood@gmail.com