Our charity football tournament is back!

Join us on Friday 9 September


It’s time for the return of our favourite sporting event of the year… no, not Wimbledon, Euro 2022 or even the Commonwealth Games. It’s our charity 5-a-side football tournament!

Returning for the first time since 2019 and we’re challenging you to put your own team together to take home the DJH Mitten Clarke trophy!

The fixture to add to your diary is Friday 9th September, so you’ve got plenty of time to work on those set pieces, find out who in the office had ‘trials’ and convince Graham in HR that he’ll do a great job in goal.

The day will kick off at 1pm and after the final whistle, there will be an awards ceremony and (of course!) plenty of post-match analysis.

The transfer fee will be £175 per team, and proceeds will go to Alice Charity, a local charity that provides much-needed support in our local community. With the current rise in the cost of living, disadvantaged and vulnerable families need this support more now than ever.

Putting a team together? Use the sign-up link below to enter your team.

Enter a team now

If you have any queries, please call Hollie Holdcroft on 01782 279615 or email hollie.holdcroft@djhmittenclarke.co.uk.

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