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Masters Football is the Home of Football Legends and is the world’s leading football legends brand. In partnership with some of the worlds highest-profile players, Masters Football has organised and promoted over 200 events worldwide, incorporating both 6 a side and regular 11 a side legends games since it was founded in 1998. Masters Football offers fans, sponsors and broadcasters alike a completely unique offer and experience.

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  • Masters Football is the Home of Football Legends and is the world’s leading football legends brand. In partnership with some of the worlds highest-profile players, Masters Football has organised and promoted over 200 events worldwide, incorporating both 6 a side and regular 11 a side legends games since it was founded in 1998. Masters Football offers fans, sponsors and broadcasters alike a completely unique offer and experience.
  • Masters Football started life originally as a six-a-side indoor football competition in the United Kingdom, where players over the age of 35 were chosen by the Masters Football Selection Committee to represent a senior club for which they played. Regional heats were held, and the winners of each progressed forward to a national competition. Events were contested over the course of a single evening (usually on Saturdays or Sundays), with games played in two halves of eight minutes each. The pitch was 60 m (200 ft) by 30 m (98 ft) (the size of an international ice hockey rink), and there was no offside rule. Matches were televised live on the UK subscription channel Sky Sports.
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  • Masters Football is the Home of Football Legends and is the world’s leading football legends brand. In partnership with some of the worlds highest-profile players, Masters Football has organised and promoted over 200 events worldwide, incorporating both 6 a side and regular 11 a side legends games since it was founded in 1998. Masters Football offers fans, sponsors and broadcasters alike a completely unique offer and experience. Events have been held across the world including: Australia, England, Brunei, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Ireland, Macau, Malaysia, Scotland, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, UAE, Vietnam and Wales. Over 2,000 professional footballers have participated; the number grows each year. Legends include: Ian Rush, Bryan Robson, Paul Scholes, Robert Pires, Emmanuel Petit, Glen Hoddle, Kanu, Gilberto Silva, Paul Gascoigne, Steve McManaman, Robbie Fowler, Michael Owen, Andy Cole, Teddy Sheringham and Gianfranco Zola. Managers including Sir Alex Ferguson, Kevin Keegan, Roy Evans and Arsene Wenger. Masters Football started life originally as a six-a-side indoor football competition in the United Kingdom, where players over the age of 35 were chosen by the Masters Football Selection Committee to represent a senior club for which they played. Regional heats were held, and the winners of each progressed forward to a national competition. Events were contested over the course of a single evening (usually on Saturdays or Sundays), with games played in two halves of eight minutes each. The pitch was 60 m (200 ft) by 30 m (98 ft) (the size of an international ice hockey rink), and there was no offside rule. Matches were televised live on the UK subscription channel Sky Sports.
  • Masters Football started life originally as a six-a-side indoor football competition in the United Kingdom, where players over the age of 35 were chosen by the Masters Football Selection Committee to represent a senior club for which they played. Regional heats were held, and the winners of each progressed forward to a national competition. Events were contested over the course of a single evening (usually on Saturdays or Sundays), with games played in two halves of eight minutes each. The pitch was 60 m (200 ft) by 30 m (98 ft) (the size of an international ice hockey rink), and there was no offside rule. Matches were televised live on the UK subscription channel Sky Sports.
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