With that time of year again rapidly approaching, when everyone in the world gets obsessed with football, football fans, young and old, can get their fill of the glorious game by booking their place at one of the many, charity matches and ‘end of season’ tournaments due to be held at Hyde United’s Ewen Fields stadium.
- Starting this week on Wednesday 13th June, Greater Manchester Police are holding a charity match which kicks off at 5.00pm.
- Saturday and Sunday the 16th and 17th June, sees the club playing host to ‘The Little Sports Coaching Tournament, which will run each day from 9.00am till 6.00pm.
- Saturday 23rd June, kicking off at 3.00pm, there’s the ‘Once upon a Smile’ charity match and evening event where spectators can cheer on the many actors, musicians and ex-professional footballers who all give their time and show off their footy skills to help raise much needed funds. Further details can be found by visiting their website. https://www.onceuponasmile.org.uk/our-celebrity-football-team/
- Sunday 1st July, is the Michael Hoolickin Memorial Cup, prepared by the all-star team organiser Tony Steenson. This promises to be a fantastic Charity Match; -great entertainment for the whole family where you can cheer on some of characters from TV’s All Stars and featuring some of this country’ hottest and most talented ex-professional players.
- Sunday 8th July, they will host another football event arranged by Richard O’Kell from 2.00pm till 4.00pm.
- Saturday 14th July the ground will see a competitive game where Buxton will play Stockport County. For this event the ground will be open from 1.00pm till 6.00pm. so there’s plenty of time to get stocked up and settled in front of a ‘big screen telly’ somewhere to watch the ‘World Cup Final’ the following day (Sunday 15th July-Kick off 4.00pm.)
- And last but by far the least, Sunday 29th July there’s the ‘Kick out Cancer Charity match. This is a junior tournament starting at 10.00am and will finish at 5.00pm.
Be sure to check out our site over the next few weeks for news fixtures and social/community events as the 2018/19 season begins.