Bexley Invicta prepare for first competitive match

17:06 03 September 2012

The Bexley Invicta team photo

The Bexley Invicta team photo

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Gay-friendly football team Bexley Invicta will play their first competitive game on Sunday (September 9).

Invicta, who will play in the Unity League, kick-off the away fixture against Brighton Bandits at 1pm.

It was born in January of last year and has been training in Danson Park and playing a series of friendlies, including against Bexley Police, in the intervening 18 months.

The club will play its home matches at Erith Town Football Club’s stadium in Avenue Road. The first fixture there will be on Sunday of next week (September 16) against Romans Gladiators.

The club is always looking for more players irrespective of sexuality, ability or experience. For more details contact briansilk1@mac.com or 07958 973922.

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