Six-a-side League looking for more teams to join new season in Exeter

21:20 08 January 2014

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The successful 6-a-side football league run by Football Mundial, on Monday nights, is looking for new teams for the new seasons starting later this month.

All matches are played on the artificial surface at St Luke’s Science and Sports College

It is free to enter the league with places available right now for teams of all standards welcome!

The Exeter 6-a-side leagues run outdoors, and has 16 teams competing in two divisions, with promotion and relegation taking place in each league.

Jonathan Maloney from Football Mundial says: “The leagues will have teams of different standards, so everyone can put a team in and compete at their own level. There will be the usual league title race as well as the promotion and relegation battles between divisions. Successful teams will automatically qualify for the National Champion of Champions Tournament, and the International Ibiza Tournament!

There will be a Presentation Night at the end of the season, where top quality trophies and prizes will be awarded to all winners of the league divisions.”

Football Mundial have been professionally organising successful leagues for over ten years and are leaders in their field.

FA Referees, top playing surfaces and quality match balls are all guaranteed with Football Mundial.

For an Information Pack, or to enter the league, teams can call 01937 841440, email info@footballmundial.com, or visit footballmundial.com

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