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Guinness Street Football Challenge 2014 Final kicks off tomorrow

Guinness Street Football Challenge 2014 Final kicks off tomorrow


On Saturday, May 24, Guinness promises a night made of more excitement… made of more entertainment… made of more quality football, as only Guinness can do. Eight zonal champions and 2013 Local Champions will meet to determine who would represent St Vincent and the Grenadines in the Guinness Street Football Challenge Regional Finals to be held in Trinidad and Tobago.{{more}}

The local Street Football Challenge started in Georgetown, with Royal Saints emerging as champions, having scored the most goals of all the finalists. This year promises to be one of a higher competitive nature, with the likes of One Love (the boys from Pauls Avenue), Ball Boyz (from Campden Park), Madd Rockers (from Layou), All Stars (from Rose Bank) and Cotton United (from Union Island).

Added to those teams, Pyola from Layou brings the youngest team to the finals, having the third most goals and best defensive record, and can possibly square off against 2012 Local and Regional Guinness Street Football Champions Crew FC or 2013 Local Champions West Side School Yard Strikers.

Up for grabs is $5,000 cash, five cases of Guinness, along with the chance to compete in Trinidad at the Jean Pierre Complex on June 6 and 7. The local finals would be held at the National Tennis Centre, Villa, this Saturday, May 24, commencing at 6 p.m.

Saturday would not only see a display of young and upcoming talents showcased, but also experience would be seen. Come out and support your team, as the race to become Guinness Street Football 2014 ambassadors would be decided. Who would be the champion? Which team would display that, above the others, they are made of more?