On Sunday 18th July Stirling City Allstars, the Stirling based Disability Football Club, will be hosting their second National Tournament attracting clubs from the Highlands, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

The event will be an exciting occasion as the club intends to build on the success of last year's competition with extra features including a "Beat the Allstars' Goalie" competition open to players, coaches or just passers by!

The tournament, at King's Park, Stirling, will kick off at 12.30pm with a trophy presentation scheduled for around 3.30pm. Spectators or interested parties are most welcome to pop along to experience what shall hopefully be a fun afternoon.

Any players interested in the club are warmly encouraged to attend and make themselves known to any of the Allstars' coaches or helpers on the day.

The club train on Monday evenings at King's Park in Stirling between 6 and 7.30pm and are receptive to players from all backgrounds. Similarily, any other clubs or potential volunteers keen on becoming involved with Stirling City Allstars Football Club are equally encouraged to contact Sandy White on 07815117883 or visit www.stirlingcityfootballclub.co.uk