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The Annual Beach Football Tournament Kicks off This April 2009

HI FOOTBALLERS,

SUMMER’S COMING UP AND THE ANNUAL BEACH FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT ORGANIZED BY THE OFFICIAL BEACH FOOTBALL ORGANIZER IN THE PHILIPPINES IS ABOUT TO KICK OFF!

BELOW IS THE LETTER OF INVITATION FROM THE SEC GEN OF THE BFAP.

FOR THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE COORDINATE WITH HER DIRECTLY AT :

Mobile Number: 09158714952 or 09228183218
Email:
reacelinevilla@yahoo.com


PLEASE PASS THIS TO OTHER FELLOW FOOTBALLERS. THANKS!

March 3, 2009

Good day!

The Beach Football Association of the Philippines (BFAP), the official beach football organizer recognized by the Philippine Football Federation and the Philippine Sports Commission, is pleased to announce the Kicksand Beach Football Tournament to be held on April 25-26, 2009 at Waterfront, Subic Bay.

This summer event will be participated by over 20 teams and around 200 players. The tournament aims to attract men and women from different schools and club teams to play football and at the same time have fun in the beach.

If interested, please confirm your participation on or before the coaches’ meeting on Saturday, April 4, 2009. The meeting will be held from 2:00-5:00 pm at the Philippine Football Federation (PFF) office. A tournament fee of P2, 500 will be collected per team. Payments could be made through bank deposit or during the coaches’ meeting on or before the said deadline.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the undersigned. Thank you and we look forward to your presence and support for the 14th Kicksand Beach Football Tournament!

Sincerely,

Ms. Rea Celine Villa

Secretary General

Mobile Number: 09158714952

09228183218

Email: reacelinevilla@yahoo.com

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