Enter your team for the Hotel and Catering Challenge Cup

27 July 2017 by
Enter your team for the Hotel and Catering Challenge Cup

Football and netball teams from across the hospitality industry are being invited to enter the Hotel and Catering Challenge Cup (HACCC).

Taking place on Sunday 10 September at King's House Sports Ground, Chiswick, the HACCC Festival is the largest hospitality football tournament in the country, with some 80 teams from hospitality businesses competing.

This year will also see the introduction of a netball tournament, in addition to children's activities, including face painting and a bouncy castle.

The tournament, supported by The Caterer, PJ Search & Selection and the Institute of Hospitality, is the brainchild of Paul Gilley, who has refined the competition to create an event that has engaged many of the industry's leading brands. So far, teams from Firmdale, IHG, Red Carnation and the Ritz have all registered to play.

"If you have ever wondered what 3,000 people from our wonderful industry looks like, come down and see for yourself."

To register a team, visit HACCC Festival 2017.

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