Parkwood Rangers tournament held over bank holiday weekend in Bexley

PUBLISHED: 17:16 30 May 2018

This year’s annual Parkwood JFC football tournament was held over the bank holiday weekend. Picture: Roberto Salvati

This year’s annual Parkwood JFC football tournament was held over the bank holiday weekend. Picture: Roberto Salvati


This year’s annual Parkwood JFC football tournament was held over the bank holiday weekend (May 26 - 27) for its 13th tournament over its 20 years since being formed.

Around 2000 people attended the tournament. Picture: Roberto SalvatiAround 2000 people attended the tournament. Picture: Roberto Salvati

It was a wonderful weekend for grassroots football, which saw 110 teams competing through all age groups ranging from under-six teams to under-15’s in one of the first summer tournaments of the year.

With up to 2000 in attendance for both the football and the weekend’s range of festivities including bouncy castles and barbeques, the weekend proved a great couple of days for families.

The success of the tournament could not have been achieved without the help of those involved in organising it who helped over the two days, all of which were volunteers taking time out of their day to help bring together the community for a brilliant weekend of youth football.

Parkwood Rangers club chariman Roberto Salvati said: “Parkwood JFC would like to thanks those who and attended, and also give a big well done to all the players that participated.”


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