Pictons Present Trophies at the Nationwide Youth Tournament The Hatters Cup at Luton Town Football Club

It’s already been a great season at Luton Town Football Club and last weekend was the icing on the cake, as football mad youngsters from all over the country headed to the club’s ground to take part in the Hatters Cup tournament, sponsored again this year by leading regional law firm Pictons.

The Hatters Cup highlights the talent of the nation’s footballing stars of tomorrow and young footballers from schools and clubs all over the country competed in the biggest national tournament of its kind in the UK. Over 1200 young football-mad boys and girls, with ages ranging from seven to 15, grabbed the once in a lifetime opportunity to play on the pitch of a football club with such great history, enhanced by Luton Town’s recent triumph at winning the Skrill League and being promoted back into the football league after five years.

Pictons, which has offices in Luton, Hemel Hempstead, Milton Keynes and Tring is a long standing supporter of Luton Town Football Club and previously sponsored The Hatters Cup in 2011.

Sukh Saini, Managing Partner at Pictons says “It was a great weekend and the standard of football among the talented young players was astonishing. It was great for Pictons to be able to support the Hatters Cup tournament and a real pleasure to give out the trophies to the winning teams during the weekend.”

David Hoskins, Luton Town Football Club’s Commercial Manager says “This was the eighth year that we’ve hosted The Hatters Cup and each year it just gets better and better. At Luton Town Football Club we are always on the lookout for the footballing stars of tomorrow and every year we see quite a few young stars that we want to keep an eye on.

“We are always so grateful to local firms like Pictons who want to support our events and also LTFC. Without the sponsorship of companies such as Pictons we would not be able to host an event like The Hatters Cup.”

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