Drumchapel United celebrated another successful football tournament at the weekend as part of their five-day summer festival that will stretch over three weekends at the Donald Dewar Centre.

Kicking off on Saturday, July 27, Drumchapel welcomed a number of their girls teams and the boys 2006 side before the 2004, 2005, 2009 and 2012s boys all lined up in day two of the festival on Sunday, July 28.

Run over five days, the club played host to even more youngsters at the weekend and estimate that, following next weekend’s finale, they will have welcomed 212 teams, 2375 kids, 500 coaches and more than 3500 family and friends.

From the youngest Drum side, the 2013s, all the way up to their amateur side, spectators have witnessed some excellent football over the past two weekends with next week’s finale looking set to follow suit with a charity match planned to round off the event.

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A Drumchapel United spokesman said: “Primarily a football tournament, this was also a great opportunity for the whole community to get involved. Whether it’s taking in a game of four-a-side, girls 7s or even the amateur side, there was something for everyone. It’s also a good chance to relax while your children play on the inflatable bouncy castles and slides in a fun environment.

“This couldn’t have been done without months of planning by the volunteers running the club. Everyone deserves a massive pat on the back for pulling this all together. Regardless if you helped at registration, presentations or sweet stalls, all the help has been appreciated and contributed to a fantastic and well-received event.

“Fortunately, Drumchapel United had some fantastic partners to help fund and provide services over the tournament including Glasgow City Tours, Sports Council of Glasgow, Glasgow life, Only Sport and Castlemania. Without all of them it would have been impossible to pull it off.”

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