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December 18, 2014

2nd Trial Date for USA 2015

    The second trial for the USA 2015 squad is taking place on Sunday, January the 25th in Peterborough.  This will be the final opportunity to be considered…
November 02, 2014

Trial date for the Masters Team for USA 2015

   For the first time the British Medical Football Team are entering a masters / 7 a side squad. In tandem with the 11 a side squad we will be paticipating in…
October 25, 2014

Trial dates set for USA 2015

Save the date!  The first round of trials for next year's medics world cup in the USA will take place on Sunday the 7th of December. The venue is: Studley…
July 25, 2014

Sneak Peak at USA 2015

  The USA Soccer team have given us a sneak peak as to what we may expect during the competition in June 2015.  View below for more details... ifcGbzSSldc

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December 18, 2014

Kenny Deuchar on TalkSport

    Our very own Kenny Deuchar was recently on TalkSport, a national sports radio station which broadcasts to 3.5 million people around the UK and Ireland.…

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