Play Sports to Host ‘Spring ’24 Startup Football League’ Featuring Leading Startups in Egypt

Play Sports to Host ‘Spring ’24 Startup Football League’ Featuring Leading Startups in Egypt

– Play Sports Academy announces the “Spring 2024 Startup Football League” beginning on April 14th, drawing participation from top startups nationwide.

– Last year’s league featured renowned startups like Thndr, Trella, Nawy, and more, engaging in spirited 5-a-side soccer matches.

– The six-week league will include over 20 teams, offering various prizes such as best-keeper, top scorer, and sportsmanship awards to promote teamwork and camaraderie among startups.

Play Sports, renowned for its commitment to youth and player development, has unveiled its eagerly anticipated “Spring 2024 Startup Football League,” slated to commence on April 14th. This event is poised to attract some of the most dynamic startups nationwide.

Last year’s edition of the Startup Football League featured prominent participants such as Thndr, Trella, Nawy, Instabug, SWVL, Cartona, Subsbase, and more.

The Start-Up League, a 5-a-side Soccer Tournament, fosters a spirit of camaraderie and healthy competition among employees representing their respective workplaces. Participants engage in spirited matches against other companies, leveraging their passion for the sport to enhance their overall health, wellness, and recreation in a convivial atmosphere.

The 2024 edition of the Annual Startup Football League spans six weeks and boasts participation from over 20 teams. A diverse array of prizes and awards, including honors such as best-keeper of the league, top scorer, and sportsmanship award, will be presented

.While the competitive spirit is palpable, Play Sports Academy underscores the significance of ensuring a fun and secure environment that promotes team-building and camaraderie, fostering enriching experiences within and across startup communities.

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