Port Vale’s charity arm, Vale Park Community Initiative, has obtained funding from the Crime Commissioner to run two football tournaments and one cricket tournament on Friday evenings before the home matches v Walsall, Notts County and Chesterfield.
The football club has joined up with partners: Staffordshire Police, The Princes Charities and Potteries based Engage Communities to run these tournaments which have 2 age groups. We are looking for teams in the north of the city in the age groups ‘under 14’ and ‘15-18’ to enter the tournament. You can enter your team on the evening of the tournament between 5.00-6.00pm at Dimensions where it will take place.
Matches will be played between 6.00-9.00pm hosted by Engage Communities. With the long holiday upon us, this is an excellent opportunity to relieve any boredom by taking part in a worthwhile leisure activity.
The Prince’s Charities have negotiated the purchase of fair trade footballs, which support skilled workers in developing countries and these will be used during the tournaments.
Trophies will be supplied by the VPCI and Port Vale Chairman, Norman Smurthwaite, has kindly supplied tickets for the Saturday games for the winners of all tournaments.