Posh winger Nathaniel Mendez-Laing visited local footballers taking part in the weekly Leisure League.
Peterborough United winger Nathaniel Mendez-Laing visited local footballers taking part in the weekly Leisure League, based at the Bushfield Sports Centre in Orton on Sunday evening.
The Leisure Leagues are Europe's largest organizer of small sided football and operate on a not-for-profit basis. All their excess profits go directly to the Dog's Trust, Cancer Research UK and The National Blind Children Society.
The League runs in Peterborough every Sunday night between 6pm and 8.40pm all year round, with a wide range of trophies and prizes for the winners and runner's up of the league plus the coveted wooden spoon for the team that finish bottom!
Teams are welcome to enter the league with FREE entry fee (saving teams £25). Weekly match fee is set at just £29 split between team players. Matches last for 40 minutes and the League uses FA & UKMA qualified and accredited referee’s.
The League is open to both genders and all abilities aged 16+ and have a league specific Facebook page and Twitter account, both of which have loads of friendly banter and all the latest news and match reports.
If teams are interested in joining the League, simply visit the official Leisure League website, www.leisureleagues.net and fill out the team application form.