Celebrity Charity Match at Firhill

Legends of various football teams are coming together to play in a special charity match for ST MARGARET OF SCOTLAND HOSPICE on Sunday 3 May 2009 at Firhill Stadium.

Hospice Heroes V Dukla Pumpherston in the Celebrity & Football Legends Charity Challenge Match

Hospice Heroes Team will be managed by John Lambie and Dukla Pumpherston managed by Chick Young.

Players include Chic Charnley, Ally McCoist, Neil Lennon, Jim Duffy, Gordon Smith, Gerry Britton, Gerry Collins, Tommy Sheridan and Tony Roper plus many more.

As the match is at Firhill Stadium every Partick Thistle Season ticket holder who purchases a Family Ticket before Weds 22 April will be entered into a draw to play in the Hospice Heroes team.

The game will have an interesting twist, we will be live celebrity commentary through the PA System at Firhill Stadium during the game.

Yesterday we officially launched the game at Firhill Stadium. Gerry Britton, Chic Charnley, Chick Young and Neil Lennon all came along.

Neil Lennon said “I’m really looking forward to playing in this one as Chic is Captain and John Lambie is manager, I’m dreading Lambie being my manager I don’t know if he’ll be passing out orange juice or cigarettes at half time”

Chick Young added “It’s 21 years since Dukla first had a game and funnily it was at Firhill so this game marks our 21st anniversary. I hope the fans turn out as the teams have some true legends in them”

Tickets will be available from 25th February 2009 at 9am by calling the Ticket Hotline on 0141 435 7018 Adults £5.00 Children/ Concession £2.00 and a Family Ticket £10.00 this includes 2 Adults and 2 Children under 16 years of age - tickets will also be available on the 22nd of March at Partick Thistle Football Club come along and meet Chic Charnley and the Hospice Fundraisers.

For more information call Ami at the club on 0141 579 1971 or email ami@ptfc.co.uk

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