Play at Sports Creek for a Chance to Win A Trip to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 Sports Creek, a sports and recreation venue, announced this month that they will be sending two teams, all expenses paid, to the FIFA World Cup in 2018.
HOUSTON (PRWEB) November 15, 2017
Sports Creek, a sports and recreation venue, announced this month that they will be sending two teams, all expenses paid, to the FIFA World Cup in 2018. One co-ed and one men’s team will be flying to and staying in Moscow to enjoy a free game. Contestants are to compete in tournaments, five versus five, to be one of the best two teams in each category. These last two teams will compete in May for the chance to be at the World Cup in person! Each player must be 21+ to play and the price for the first tournament is $350 a team and “will only increase as the months go by,” to encourage teams to enter the earlier qualifying tournaments. This month, the fight for the flight begins on Sunday, November 19th. The next qualifier will be December 17th. Players and fans can get updates on future events by following Sports Creek on Facebook and Instagram.
Company Name: Sports Creek
Address: 2619 Polk St Houston, TX 77003
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