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Football on the calendar in October

| 08/10/2015 | 0 Comments

Cayman News Service(CNS): Both football players and fans of the game will have a lot to cheer about this month, starting this upcoming weekend. The two-day Hot Zone Sports Football Cup kicks off Saturday 10 October, and the 2015/16 Charity Shields matches will take place Sunday, 11 October.

The Hot Zone tournament, organised by Elite Sports Club and running from 9am-9pm on Saturday and Sunday at Ed Bush Field, will comprise boys’ and girls’ youth teams and senior men’s squads. For the younger players, there will be four teams each for Under-15 and Under-17 boys, and Under-17 girls; the winning squad in each category will be the one that comes out on top after three games.

The men’s competition will comprise eight teams, with Elite already registered, along with a visiting Honduras squad. The teams will be divided into two groups of four, with the top in each group playing in the finals.

The tournament is a fundraiser; admission costs $5, which covers both days and includes a raffle ticket.

For more information or to register, contact Greg Ebanks at 916-6526 or by email

The Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) Charity Shields event, taking place at the Annex Field 11 October, pits championships teams in both the women’s and men’s divisions. In the first match, starting at 5pm, Sunset FC, the 2014/15 Women’s League champions, will play Scholars International SC, the 2014/15 Women’s FA Cup champions. At 7pm, for the Men’s Shield, Scholars International SC, the 2014/15 Premier League champions, take on Cayman Athletic SC, the 2014/15 FA Cup champions.

Admission is $5, which covers both matches.

 For more information, call CIFA at 949-5775 or email James Rich

Later in the month, aspiring young footballers in Cayman will get an opportunity to attend a two-week training/trial at Barnet FC Academy’s facility in London. From 26-30 October, the club will be running a football camp in Cayman at Academy Field for boys ages 7-10 and 11-15. One player from each age group will be selected to attend Barnet’s training facility, known as The Hive.

The cost of the football camp is $200.

To register for the camp, email Excel Sports Management

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