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Money men face off in futsal Cup tournament

Money men face off in futsal Cup tournament

The Financial Challenge Cup, organised by Excel Events, is set to kick off its second edition this Sunday at Beeline Arena.

Teams from the financial sector will compete in a league format of the futsal (5-a-side) competition that will run every Sunday up to the final on July 20, including a play-off series.

Maruhan are the current Cup holders and will be striving to hold on to their champions tag. “The Financial Challenge Cup is a great tournament for prestigious financial companies operating in Cambodia. The standard of play is good and the competition is strong but more than that, it brings people together in a unique way,” event organiser Jimmy Campbell told the Post.

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