Sky Sports presenter and ex-professional footballer Andy Gray is urging financial firms to enter a team in a five-a-side football tournament to raise money for a children's charity.
The competition, Going for Goals, takes place on October 28 at Arsenal's Highbury stadium and will help raise funds for The Children's Society, a charity which helps vulnerable children and young people across the UK.
The charity, which has been running the tournament for the past four years, provides support to children at risk of being expelled from school, the homeless, those in deprived communities and in prison.
To enter the competition, teams must raise at least £250 in sponsorship and each player must contribute a registration fee of £25. The winners of the tournament take home the Going for Goals trophy, won last year by accountants WFJ Fairman & Co.
Gray says: “As a sports presenter, I always encourage people to watch sport but I would also like people to participate. The Children's Society's Going for Goals tournament is the perfect way to get fit and help the charity with its vital work.”
Going for Goals event organiser Emily Malone says: “This is a fantastic opportunity for football fans to play at one of the top gro-unds in the country.”