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CST Tournament On Sunday

14 May 2015

Want To Play On The Greenhous Meadow Pitch?

If you would like to enter into this tournament, please call Shrewsbury Town Community Sports Trust on 01743 289177 EXT 216 or email communitysportstrust@shrewsburytown.co.uk.

You can also download a booking form HERE.


There will be a barbecue, inflatable goal shot as well as plenty of opportunities to win great raffle prizes throughout the day, with all funds going to PCUK.

There will be a great family feel surrounding the day and we encourage all of those taking part in the tournament to bring along their family and friends to support their team at this great event.

The winning team will receive 10 Sovereign club tickets for the first home game of the 2015/16 season.  

, however as a team you are more than welcome to raise more money for PCUK.  £100 The price for entering a team will be

For the mens tournament we have 20 spaces available with a maximum of 10 players per team.

, will see the mens tournament taking place. 1pm-5pm The second, from

with all funds going to PCUK. £100 The cost of entering a team will be

We are looking for 10 teams with a maximum of 10 players per team. The team that wins this tournament will win a free matchday experience for their team which is worth over £200.

, will see an under-11s 7-a-side kids tournament taking place on the Greenhous Meadow pitch. 9am-12pm The first, from

The Community Sports Trust will run two tournaments on the day.

and will give teams and players the opportunity to play on the Greenhous Meadow pitch in a 7-a-side tournament while raising funds for PCUK. Sunday 17 May 2015 The Shrewsbury Town tournament will take place on

The tournament day will look to raise valuable funds for Prostate Cancer UK.

The Club has been selected as one of six Football League clubs from across the country including Exeter City, Fulham, Middlesbrough, Morecambe and Luton Town.

Shrewsbury Town Community Sports Trust are excited to announce that they have been selected by the Football League Trust to host a Men United vs Prostate Cancer tournament.

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