Get in the World Cup spirit this summer with unique football tournament

11:02 23 May 2014

Participants will be strapped in to a life-size table football arena

Participants will be strapped in to a life-size table football arena

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The Atrium Club in Ely is getting in the World Cup spirit this summer by hosting its very own football tournament – with a difference.

Teams are being sought to compete in the Newnham Street gym’s very own human table football tournament, to be held at the home of Ely City Football Club in June.

The gym is on the look out for teams of up to five players to be strapped into a life size, inflatable table football arena and battle it out against other teams from across the district.

The event takes place on June 22 and starts at 10am.

A spokesman for The Atrium, said: “We are asking teams to make a £10 donation to enter, all money raised through registration will go directly to Clic Sargent

“Bring the family along for a great fun day out, with a bar and food available, a bouncy castle, face painting and, with an opportunity to beat the goalie, there is something for everyone.”

INFO: Contact The Atrium on 01353 668888 to find out more.

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