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Bristol City Community Trust are hosting a girls only football tournament this summer.
Held at South Bristol Sports Centre, the tournament will be played on Saturday, August 4th for 15-16 year olds olds of all ability.
The tournament is organised the by Trust's education department, which falls within the Premier League Girls programme, aiming to provide opportunities for females aged 11 and over to participate in sport within their local community.
The programme has two main objectives;
If you are part of a club, or have five friends who would like to take part email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The tournament winners will receive tickets to a specified City home game and have the chance to participate in a half-time pitch parade, and they will receive the same package City Women fixture.
For more information about the Premier League Girls programme, click here.
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