Experience what it's like to be a professional for a day as your team take the pitch in the 7-a-side Swansea City Tournament run by Precision Pass on the 12th May 2019. From the moment your team book on, the excitement will grow within your team, which will have a beneficial impact on your team's participation levels and enthusiasm. What more can a young footballer look forward to at the end of the season than playing a tournament inside the stadium of 4-time Premier League winners Chelsea?
Liberty Stadium has a capacity of over 21,000 people, and although we don't anticipate quite a sell-out crowd, every team will still feel what it's like to play in front over around 1,000 spectators, and inside one of the most prestigious football stadiums in the world.
Your team will line up in the tunnel, waiting to be announced onto the pitch. Walking out, the music blares out inside the stadium and the announcer calls your team's name out with cheers coming from the stands. Next, you will have time for a warm up before your first game gets under way - your team emulating some of the most famous Swansea City players.
Each team will play 60 minutes of football on the pitch inside the stadium - with 3 group games and then depending where they finish in the group, will play in either a final, 3rd place, 5th place or 7th place play-off. Our format ensures that all teams, no matter the standard, gets the same unique experience inside the stadium. Your team will also be taken back down the tunnel and into the players' changing rooms to take some pictures and have a look around.
During the tournament, you will be able to use your smartphone to view the live fixtures and results on our website and track how well your team's doing. After the final matches have been completed, every player will be awarded a medal and the winners and runners up of every age group will each receive a trophy.
In order to keep the tournament entry fee as low as possible, we charge a small £3 entry fee for spectators on the day which covers the costs for opening the stands and personnel. You can bring as many people as you like to come cheer on your team - maybe even get some banners made to really give that matchday feeling for your team. The food kiosks will be open, but you can of course bring your own in if you wish.