Grab a Game sessions close with mini EUROs.

Grab a Game

Grab a Game sessions close with mini EUROs.

Saturday June 18th saw the Grab a Game -Turn up and Play free football sessions for adults held every Thursday in the Phoenix Park at the Leinster Football League grounds since Autumn 2015 draw to a season close with the running of its mini euros blitz.
21st Jun 2016

The Grab a Game mini euros saw players representing 6 teams currently in Euros 2016, includingIreland, Sweden, Italy, Germany, Romania and France. Players were from a variety of national backgrounds ranging from Brazilians, Mexicans, French, Irish, Romanians, Italians and Koreans with the Grab a Game min euros champion being players from the team that choose to represent Ireland.

About Grab a Game:

Grab a Game is a series of informal Turn up and Play opportunities held every Thursday and supported by the FAI’s Intercultural Programme, FAI Dublin City Football in the Community Development Officers and organised in conjunction with the Leinster Football League with great media promotional support from Eamon Scott of the Herald/Striker throughout the series- the Grab a Game concept was designed to allow people to simply turn up and grab 60 minutes of free football, get some exercise, meet new people in a friendly environment and perhaps think about joining the Leinster Football League if they were interested to go on and get involved in regular structured football in a league.

(Photo:Ed Scannell/Herald Striker)