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NEWFA'S FIRST EVER FESTIVAL OF FOOTBALL


Written by Nathan Brearley, February 17, 2019

NEWFA are delighted to have arranged to hold all NEWFA Cup Finals at Airbus this year in what is scheduled as a Finals weekend in the Festival of football.  All 10 NEWFA Finals will be held at the Hollingsworth Stadium between Friday the 26th April - Sunday 28th April in what promise to be an exciting event.  Whilst more details are to be published about the weekend, entrance is for the day and means that spectators have an opportunity to witness a plethora of football that embraces the NEWFA ethos of promoting grass roots football.

The fact that one could witness junior football for one game followed by senior football accompanied by both veterans and women's football shows how NEWFA want football in the local area to be accessible to all is an exciting prospect.  Whilst the schedule is still to be finalised the following finals will be held over the weekend;

NEWFA U12's

NEWFA U13's

NEWFA U14's

NEWFA U15's

NEWFA U16's

NEWFA U19's

Horrace Wynne Cup

NEWFA Saturday Challenge Cup

NEWFA Veterans Trophy

NEWFA Women's Cup

 

Further details will be published on the website and prices for each day will also be shown.  Good luck to all teams that remain in the various competitions.


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