Created by the Sodje Brothers and the Roberts Family, Afcar is a Team Africa vs. Team Caribbean charity football match.
Afcar has held a very successful comedy night and an equally entertaining cook off event, and with the Premier League having just ended, football is the hot topic of the moment.
The match will raise money for The Sodje Sports Foundation, which is a charity dedicated to donating sports equipment to deprived areas of the UK and Nigeria. The event will also be supporting honorable charities such as ACLT.
This event cannot be missed, with celebrity guests partaking in the match including will be Ashley Banjo (Diversity), Chucky Veen (Eastenders), the Sodje Brother themselves and many more.
Wanna go? Course you do. Details below…
Match Day is Bank Holiday Monday 27th May 2013.
At: Brentford Football Club, Griffin Park, Braemar Road, Brentford TW8 0NT
Doors open: 11:00am
Artist performances: 12:30pm
Kick off: 3:00pm
Jay Jay Okacha
Tressor Lua Lua
MP Vincent Pericard
Ashley Banjo (Diversity)
Chucky Venn (Eastenders)
Jamal Campbell Ryee
Under 3 years old – free Under 16′s – £5 Adults – £10 Family of Four (2 adults, 2 children) – £25 VIP backstage – £75 Tickets and more info go to www.afcarthegame.com
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