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How Football Became The World Game

How Football Became The World Game




A great event is coming to Wigan next week, a must for all football fans:

A FASCINATING TALK FOR FOOTIE FANS!

From Lytham St Annes to Sao Paulo Brazil: how football became the world game by Tony Collins.

World Cup fever has arrived so join in the celebrations and find out more about the history of the FIFA World Cup. How has the football World Cup competition grown from 13 countries in 1930 to nearly 200 teams today? Why was England so late to join the party? Find out the real story behind the drama in this fascinating talk.

Thursday 10th July 2014; 12.00 noon - 1.15pm
Museum of Wigan Life; £2.50 including tea/coffee

Places are limited so to book please phone 01942 828128 or email museumofwiganlifebookings@wlct.org .

Please email for further information.

WLCT Museums



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Writer:WLCT Museums
Date:Friday July 4 2014
Time: 4:02PM

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Sound a great way to spend an hour on a Thursday afternoon, count me in
worbo
04/07/2014 16:06:00
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They say you learn something new everyday, this talk sounds really interesting so think it could be my lesson for the day. Tea/coffee included, can't say fairer than that for £2.50!
bensourhero
04/07/2014 22:04:00
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Thank you for this brilliant article highlighting our event! Just to remind you to please call or email to book your place as if we do not have good figures attending it will unfortunately be cancelled! We are open til 3pm today (Saturday) if you wish to call, and then we reopen again on Monday at 10m. Thank you for your support!
WLCT_Museums
05/07/2014 11:33:00
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