Spurs legends coming to Steeple Morden

10:17 29 May 2014

Spurs legends at Clarence Park earlier this year. Picture: Bob Walkley

Spurs legends at Clarence Park earlier this year. Picture: Bob Walkley

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Darren Anderton, Andy Sinton, Ramon Vega and Tony Galvin are among the Spurs legends coming to Steeple Morden on Sunday, July 6.

The club has organised a special game, feature Steeple Morden players past a present, to celebrate gaining FA Charter status.

The day will include a BBQ, licensed bar, various stalls and a range of activities for children.

Donations of £3 for adults and £1 children will be requested upon entry and will include a free match day program with gate proceeds being given to the Antony Nolan trust and the Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.

Steeple Morden FC is offering one lucky child the chance to meet the legends and run out as their mascot on the day. For your chance to win this amazing prize, email sport@roystoncrow24.co.uk

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