Roseville Projects entered a Team Roseville football tournament Thursday 28 November 2013 at the London Soccer Dome which is a charity event organised by the England Football Foundation.
Mark Stewart, Roseville Director also supported the EFF (England Football Foundation) as part of the 1966 cycle challenge, www.1966cyclechallenge.org.
The EFF support various beneficiaries such as Cancer Research, Rays of Sunshine Children’s Hospice, British Forces Foundation and various out reach programs.
The EFF Charity Cup is a fundraising event held annually.
Professional and Ex Professional footballers give up their time to support the event and every team participating is given a professional manager for the evening.
Team Roseville was appointed ex West Ham star Alvin Martin.
Our Team successfully qualified for the main Trophy (there is the Trophy and the Plate) and went on to make the final where they were awarded Runners Up medals having lost to Jack Wilshire (Arsenal and England) ‘mates’ team in a 2-0 fight for glory.
We are very proud of our boys that included one of our patrons, Neil Harris (Ex Millwall, Cardiff City, Nottingham Forest) who re-joined Millwall this year as a team coach.
The event raised a significant amount for charity and we are very pleased to support this highly commendable event.