This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance for kids to be coached by Socceroo superstar Tim Cahill and play in July’s 2014 Disney Cup in Florida.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance for kids to be coached by Socceroo superstar Tim Cahill and play in July-s 2014 Disney Cup in Florida with the inaugural FOXTEL All Stars teams.
Applications are now open for FOXTEL All-Stars teams to play in the Disney Cup International football tournament
Then this could be your chance to be a member of the first ever Australian teams to participate in the 2014 Disney Cup International football tournament this July at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Walt Disney World, Florida.
To enter visit www.foxtelallstars.com.au (applications open 9.00am Friday, 11 April, and close midnight Sunday, 27 April).
Foxtel is looking for boys and girls born between 1 August 2001 and 31 July 2002, to form two FOXTEL All-Stars teams. Socceroo and Australia-s all-time leading goal scorer Tim Cahill and his team of coaches, will select and train the teams.
One hundred children will be chosen to participate in a special Gala Day at Tumbalong Park, Darling Harbour Sydney on Saturday, 24 May.
Following the day long trial, 10 boys and 10 girls will be chosen to participate in the international competition.
Socceroo superstar Tim Cahill cannot wait for the process to kick off.
“This is a brilliant new initiative that continues the Academies I have been running with Foxtel around Australia over the last year.
“To join with Disney and this huge competition is very exciting and gives even more kids around Australia an opportunity to follow their dreams and play the great world game.
“I am excited to be able to help children fulfil their dreams, to be able to give hope and opportunities to grassroots football is a once in a lifetime experience and one they will remember forever.”
All 20 players (each accompanied by a parent/guardian) will travel and stay at Walt Disney World and compete in the 2014 Disney Cup International tournament, held in the world-class facilities of the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando.
The Disney Cup International tournament has attracted teams from over 20 countries for the past 15 years.
This will be the very first time an Australian team has competed, and with Tim-s help, this is the chance to show the world what Australian footballers can do!
So, to enter this amazing promotion, visit www.foxtelallstars.com.au (applications open 9.00am Friday, 11 April, and close midnight Sunday, 27 April).
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