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Full Match day Rundown
Hello Everyone! Thank you for all the support recently its amazing that so many new people are helping raise money and looking to take part!
I can now reveal the official match day run down and everything that will be available at the game.
12:45 Gates will open please bring your online ticket with you or simply pay on the door £5 entry and under 3 go free.
1:00 a burger bar will be open where Farnborough will be serving hot food. the Platinum Lounge bar will also be open to serve alcoholic drinks.
1:15 you can see the players warming up and meet them before the game! there will also be raffle tickets to purchase at £1 per ticket (prizes to be announced soon)
1:25 the players will make there way onto the pitch with the Public announcer listing the starting 11 for both sides.
1:28 There will then be a minutes silence for all those lost close to you and for John Edward Harris.
1:30 Team photos will be taken and then Kick off will commence!
Everyone involved is extremely grateful for the support shown over recent weeks and we hope to continue this support until the final whistle!
After the game the winning team will lift the all new trophy and then you can join the celebration s in the Platinum lounge for some drinks and reflect on a successful year!
Unfortunately Lyndon from TKA has had to step down from this years game after fracturing his knee is a 7 aside match on the 08/09/2019. Lyndon will be out for 9 months. Everyone from Owen's XI wishes him well and hope his recovery runs smoothly and hes back on the pitch soon.
New official Partner
A huge announcement, Farnborough are now official partners of the John Harris Cup! We are very excited to start this partner ship and excited for the coming years. We couldn't be happier with our new partner and this is a massive step forward in the right direction to help reach our goal.
Welcome Farnborough Fc
Very happy to announce the new signing for this years match is fullback/midfielder Lewis Palmer, he has joined onto the squad this year hoping to make a an impact and help bring more people to the game.
We regret to inform you Keir Rue has stepped down from this years game due to an ongoing knee injury, we wish him a speedy recovery and hope he can make the game in 2020. Thank you for your service last year, hopefully we will see you back on the pitch soon.
The Official Trophy of The John Harris Cup has now officially