Footballers hope to score fund-raising boost for terror attack victims

By Michael Upton | 07/06/2017

Footballers hope to score fund-raising boost for terror attack victims
Herringthorpe Stadium

COLLEGE students and staff will kick off next week in support of the Manchester terror attack victims.

Rotherham College has organised a charity football match to raise money for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.

The game will be played at Herringthorpe Stadium in Rotherham next Tuesday (13) from 4pm and 5pm.

Those taking part will donate £5 each while spectators will be charged a £1 entry fee, with all proceeds being donated to the emergency fund. 

Members of the public are welcome to attend to lend their support.


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