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Fancy a chance to be in the Bernabeu VIP area while watching stars like Cristiano Ronaldo and rest of the Real Madrid squad parade their skills on one of the most prestige footballing venue?
On top of that, prize monies of $7,000 will be paid to your team to this probably once-in-a-lifetime trip (with airfare and accommodation being paid) to the Spanish capital for all the hard work you guys done.
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The tournament is jointly organized by Coty Asia Pte Ltd, franchise owner of adidas fragrance and body care products, and the brand’s local distributors including Kay Ess Enterprises Pte Ltd in Singapore.
Alongside with this newly launched fragrance by the sporting giants, the objective of this tournament is to mirror "the thrill and athleticism of futsal" as showcased in the 11-aside version of the game.
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"Futsal, being a popular sport among urban youths, became a natural fit for the event.”
With attractive prizes in store, the tournament is expected to draw more than 100 teams across the region before culminating in an awe-inspiring regional showdown in Singapore before a grand champion is crowned.
Starting from May, over two days, the five-a-side tournament will be held in the three countries, all of which have had a close affinity with football and a strong following in the sport of futsal. In Singapore, the local eliminations will run on June 9 and 10 at SAFRA Tampines.
Recruitment begins in Singapore on April 15 and interested teams can sign up by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The registration fee for each team is S$80 (for the first week) and S$100 (April 22 onwards).
Each registered team will consist of up to seven players: 5 players and up to 2 reserves. The competition is open to only non-professional players between the ages of 18 and 40.
Regional Finals in Singapore
In each of these three countries, two top teams will continue on to the regional finals to be held at Ngee Ann Civic Plaza in Singapore on June 23 from 11am to 6.30pm.
The event is open to the public free of charge.
All six teams will compete in a round-robin tournament, in which the top four will compete for the title of grand champion.
In between matches, spectators will be treated to nifty freestyle football displays by Urban Street Team (UST) and quizzes where they can win great prizes from adidas body care.