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Supporters Association Donate Table Football

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Mansfield Town’s official supporters association the SSA (Stags Supporters Association) have generously donated a brand new Walking Football Table to Mansfield Town Football in the Community, we are pleased to announce.

The high-spec table arrives just in time for Football in the Community’s Soccer Summer activity, where youngsters will get the opportunity to play on the free-to-play table throughout the holidays.

The generous donation comes as part of a long standing partnership between Football in the Community and the SSA, with all participants being signed up to Junior SSA Memberships throughout the season – receiving discounted FITC Activity’s and invites to three free-of-charge parties throughout the season, amongst other benefits.

Mark Hemingray, Head of Community, said “We would like to thank the SSA Board for making this donation, it [the table football] is something a lot of youngsters have requested and I’m sure it will go down a storm once we open our doors for the summer holidays next week.

“Having a partnership between ourselves and the SSA is mutually beneficial and we’re very excited to confirm this will continue for the forthcoming season, where we will again staff the three free parties at Halloween, Christmas and Easter at Jango’s and iJump Trampoline Park respectively”

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Football in the Community’s new Table Football has already been tried and tested by the ‘Active Minds’ group, who enjoyed a very competitive table football tournament today [Friday] – just to make sure the table is fit for purpose!

Mansfield Town Football in the Community would like to thank the SSA for their generous donation and look forward to seeing the table used numerous times over the coming years, including during the ‘Soccer Summer’ activity, which starts on Thursday 25th July at 8.30am – further information can be found here.

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