Group organizes soccer tournament for charity MS

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Group arranges football tournament for MS charity

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association South London (AMYA) is organizing a charity football tournament on Sunday ( April 14th) to raise money for multiple sclerosis Croydon.

Called the AMYA Friendship Cup, the tournament will be held at the Academy of Oasis in Shirley.

So far, teams of police and local firefighters have agreed to participate, as well as a number of companies and representatives of local religious organizations.

Mubarak Shams, regional head of the comma AMYA YourLocalGuardian.co.uk Croydon said he expects the diverse communities of Croydon will see the tournament as a form of union under a banner of “mutual friendship and love.”

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He added:. “The event, for the first time in Croydon, it will be a group of friends and family reunion where everyone is invited to come and enjoy the day, but, most importantly, to raise much needed money for a very worthy cause “

according to the NHS, multiple sclerosis currently affects around 100,000 people in the UK.

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