Department of Health & Human Services
Premiers Active April

Summer Sevens FFV’s wholly social football program!

Summer Sevens is a 7 a-side outdoor modified format of the world game, it allows for more touches, more goals and a whole lot more fun.

The competition runs for two periods of 7 weeks throughout the summer months, providing the perfect opportunity for that after work kick about.

Summer Sevens has a variety of leagues that cater for any age or skill level. With options for gender based or mixed gender teams at all of our venues, everyone at your workplace can join in the fun!

This is a great opportunity to have your workplace participate in the upcoming Oct/Nov 2018 competition, so spread the word amongst your colleagues and enter into the draw to win your workplace a spot at your preferred venue and league. Simply register for Active April, create a Workplace team and add your workmates before midnight 9 March 2018 to go into the draw to win 1 of 5 entries into the Summer Sevens competition with Workplace Challenge #1.

The competition started in 2011 with 63 teams and 600 participants and has grown to over 400 teams and 3,500 participants in the most recent instalment held in late 2017. Venues are situated throughout metropolitan Melbourne, and certain regional areas of Victoria with the intention to continue to grow the competition.

Previous locations include Clifton Park, Brunswick; Keilor Park Reserve, Keilor Park; Kingston Heath Soccer Complex, Cheltenham; Knox Regional Football Centre, Wantirna South – all synthetic surfaces. Regionally, the previous competition was held at Morshead Park, Ballarat and Dixon Field, Gisborne.

Leagues vary from Social Beginner, Social Experienced and Competitive level. Junior ages start from Under 11s through to Under 16s and then into Open Men’s, Women’s, Mixed and Masters.

Further information about Summer Sevens can be found at the Football Sevens website. What are you waiting for? Get your workplace involved today!

Last updated: March 5, 2018 at: 5:08 pm

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