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QPR Stadium

Players

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Find your entrance

Players need to find the Reception area, next to the Box Office on South Africa Road

Arrive at Reception. 

On arriving at Reception register your team. Pick up your wristbands and your teams shirts.

Dressing Room experience 

With just under 200 footballers and only 2 changing rooms, space is going to be tight. We strongly recommend players arrive in their kit and use the changing rooms promptly. 

Players tunnel

Experience match day as a professional footballer and walk through the players tunnel onto the pitch. Find your teams national flag in the stadium, a designated area for your team and spectators

Kick off

60 matches begin over 5 pitches. Each match is 12 minutes long with 2 minutes to get each team on and off. Refer to here or in the programme to get all the fixtures and results on the day.

Knockouts

After 3 hours, the top 16 progress to the knockout stages. 

World Cup Final

After 75 games and almost 5 hours of football, two teams will battle it out for this years Mental Health World Cup trophy

Trophy presentation

This years Mental Health World Cup champions will be crowned as well as the 'Lan the Baron' Player of the Tournament Top Goalscorer and Top fundraisers

 

QPR Stadium

Spectators

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Find your entrance

On the corner of the stadium find the spectator entrance

Doors open.

Prepaid spectators will fast-track their way through the gates. Tickets will be available on the door at £10 per adult. Strongly recommend for 50% saving and speed, to purchase your spectator tickets beforehand

Match Day Programme and refreshments

Grab a programme with all the details for the day and a coffee from one of the refreshment areas. 

Find your seat

Teams will have designated areas recommended for them to see their teams in action. That being said, unless reserved, seats are on a first come, first served basis.

Kick off

60 matches begin over 5 pitches. Each match is 12 minutes long with 2 minutes to get each team on and off. Refer to here or in the programme to get all the fixtures and results on the day.

Facilities and refreshments

Throughout the day, kiosks and the 'Blue & White' bar will be open serving drinks whilst the kiosk will be serving hot match day food. There will be a kids zone with games and activities located inside the 'Blue & White' bar. This will include things like Table Football, Table Tennis, Xbox tournaments, Kids film, Craft tables and Lego.

Knockouts

After 3 hours, the top 16 progress to the knockout stages. 

World Cup Final

After 75 games and almost 5 hours of football, two teams will battle it out for this years Mental Health World Cup trophy

Trophy presentation

This years Mental Health World Cup champions will be crowned as well as the 'Lan the Baron' Player of the Tournament Top Goalscorer and Top fundraisers

 

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