Ex-Cardiff City and Wales star on the ball for Barnardo's Cup

Ex-Cardiff City and Wales star on the ball for Barnardo's Cup

Footie fans will be able to watch an evening of 11-a-side action at the Stadium for just a £2 entry fee.

02 September 2011

The tournament has been set up by the bank's financial planning team to raise funds for Barnardo's Cymru's work with vulnerable children and young people. Four teams and around 80 players will battle it out for the new Cup, with staff from NatWest and Barnardo's Cymru donning their boots to raise cash.

The event will be opened by Nathan Blake at 5.45pm with kick-off at 6pm.

The Millennium Stadium has offered its facilities for this tournament free of charge as part of its community events initiative. All players are raising individual sponsorship which along with the entry fee will all go to Barnardo's Cymru.

All spectators welcome.

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