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As we all know, Pitchero ACES Nationals is only a few weeks away, so we've got all the FAQs covered and what you can expect on the day.   Timings   08.30am is the latest check-in, so managers and captains please arrive promptly.   The opening ceremony will be at...

Due to popular demand, we can now announce that a new age group has been added to the 2019 Nationals. On Sunday the 9th June there will now be the Boys U17 age group (age relates to season 2019/2020) So all those Boys U16 teams who thought...

Entry to the ACES National finals is widely regarded as the ultimate prize in junior football. The most frequent question we get asked is how do we enter the prestigious competition? For the first time ever, the ACES Nationals have decided to lay out a written criteria...

2019 tournament age group dates: U17 Boys (11 aside) - Sunday 9th June (age relates to season 2019/2020) U9 Boys (7v7) - Saturday 15th June U13 Boys (11 aside) - Saturday 15th June U10 Boys (7v7) - Sunday 16th June U14 Boys (11 aside) Sunday 16th June (age relates to season 2019/2020) U11 Boys (9v9) -...

There's been a football tournament everyone's talking about this summer and it's not the one in Russia. The Pitchero ACES Nationals in 2018 was more ambitious than ever before; our junior football bonanza was the largest since it began - with 310 teams. Here's a few more...

It was over to six girls age groups to showcase their football skills on the final weekend of the Pitchero ACES Nationals of 2018. After Rezz-G had fired up the crowd, the U12s, U1s and U16s took to the field. Who would come away as Champions? In...

On another scorching weekend for the Pitchero ACES Nationals, it was time for the older Boys age groups to show their footballing magic. First up were the U11s and after the group stages, Sunderland, Newcastle and Wealdstone all progressed. Joining them were Coventry who edged past...