If you want to spend a day watching some fun football games steeped in history and help raise money for The Moore Family Foundation and The ABF Soldier fund while you're at it, you need to head down to Upton Park this Monday. It's the home of West Ham FC's beloved Boleyn Ground - the legendary stadium which sadly, is set to be demolished after 112 years.
West Ham fans and veteran ballers will come together for a free charity match and play as a reformed Upton Park FC and The Royal Engineers. The original teams played in the very first FA Cup and Upton Park FC went on to represent Great Britain at the Olympics in 1900, which they won.
Gates open at 1pm with kick-off for the 'father and son' Generation Cup Final at 1.15pm, followed by the First Team Cup Final at 3pm. Half-time entertainment will allow you to get the chance to take a penalty on the pitch in a game Beat the Goalie.
Boleyn Ground is at Green Street, E13 9AZ.
For more details about the charity match, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org