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SportsAid releases final SportsBall tables

Press Release   •   Aug 19, 2015 11:48 BST

Having sold out of all Gold and Black tables for this year’s SportsBall, SportsAid has just released the event's final remaining tickets.

With a new date and venue this year, the SportsBall is proving more popular than ever as the charity gears up for its 40th anniversary in 2016 - with only Red tables now remaining.

“A truly fantastic night loved by all our clients and for a thoroughly worthy cause,” said Steve Thompson from Brown Shipley.

Mark Buller agreed, saying, “By far the best black tie event I've been to. All of my clients emailed to say what a privilege it was to attend.”

Book today

The SportsBall 2015 is at the London Hilton on Park Lane on Thursday, November 5.

For all the details of this inspirational evening of sports entertainment and to book one of the few remaining tables, please visit the SportsBall’s new website sportsball.org.uk.

You can also download a booking form and flyer here.

Advertising opportunities

A limited amount of advertising space is available in the brochure for this year's SportsBall, a copy of which will be given to each guest at their table. To enquire about costs and availability please contact Fireball on 2015@sportsball.org.uk or 020 8704 4141.

Follow @SportsBall_ on Twitter.

Interviews and information on SportsAid

Call Simon Worsfold at SportsAid on 020 7273 1978 or email simon@sportsaid.org.uk.

About SportsAid

SportsAid helps young sports people to overcome the financial challenges they face in their bid to become Britain’s next generation of Olympians and Paralympians. The charity’s patron is Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge. Some of the best known former SportsAid recipients are Sir Chris Hoy, David Weir CBE, Mo Farah CBE, Dame Sarah Storey, Jessica Ennis-Hill CBE, Ellie Simmonds OBE, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Baroness Grey-Thompson DBE, Sir Ben Ainslie, Jonnie Peacock MBE, Tom Daley, Ade Adepitan MBE and Sir Steve Redgrave.

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