Bungay vs Bungay: A Charity Football Match Like No Other

In aid of the Beattie Foundation, this Monday sees little known Bungay Town take on...well, Bungay Town. Stick with us we'll tell you more...
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In aid of the Beattie Foundation, this Monday sees little known Bungay Town take on...well, Bungay Town. Stick with us we'll tell you more...

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What are you doing on Bank Holiday Monday? Whatever it is - within reason- it won't be as good as this. In aid of the Beattie Foundation,  the Beattie McGuinness Bungay Agency have organised a unique charity football match, between Bungay...and, well...Bungay.

Basically, all twenty two players, eight subs, two managers and the mascots have the surname Bungay. Even the officials and the match doctor are Bungays, so they'll be having a nightmare considering everyone playing will have Bungay on the back of their shirts! The game, naturally will be played in Bungay.

It's hard to predict anything in football, but what we can expect is for Bungay to play a blinder, Bungay to boss the defence and, if he shakes off his injury, Bungay to score the winner in controversial fashion. No doubt Bungay will have a strong game in goal too, if he can beat Bungay in the mind games.

Commentating on the game will be Sam Delaney from Talksport and sports presenter Kevin Piper, and their brave attempts to navigate through all the Bungays on show will be captured on film.

There has genuinely never been another match like this, and it's for a great cause, helping to assist the vulnerable and marginalised in the Midlands and London facing social injustice and inequality.

Kick off is at 2pm on Bank Holiday Monday at the Maltings Meadow Sports Ground in Bungay. Tickets are just £3 and under 16s go free. If you would like to read more about the Beattie Foundation you can find all you need to know here: http://www.beattiefoundation.com/

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