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Festival bringing over 800


Added 31 May 2017


MORE THAN 800 visitors are expected in the island for this weekend’s 21st annual Barbados International Masters Football Festival.

The festival will welcome 22 overseas teams, including participants from Argentina, Canada, Colombia, Peru, Slovakia, United Kingdom, United States, Antigua, Grenada and Jamaica to join 26 local teams for an exciting four days of matches.

Games will get going on Friday and will culminate with the semi-finals and final on Whit Monday at the Wanderers Club ground in Dayrells Road.

The tournament will be broken down into 32 over-40s teams and 16 over-50s teams, with matches also taking place at Dover, Carlton, Barclays (Kick Start). (PR)

Please read the full story in today's Midweek Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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