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Date:Friday 12 May 2017
Title:SkyBet winners of this year’s Challenge Victory Cup Football Tournament for Street League

SkyBet winners of this year’s Challenge Victory Cup Football Tournament for Street League

For the 6th year running CVC helped organise a 5-a-side football tournament to raise money for charity partner, Street League.

This was the most successful fundraiser to date- totalling an impressive £192,000 which will be split between funding the London Football and Dance Academies, Street League's Strategic Partnerships Role which provides aftercare support, work placements and traineeships for young people on the Academy programme and a London outreach position.

Spearheaded by Alex Fotakidis, 26 blue chip companies took part in this year's tournament including two CVC teams.

A competitive tournament which saw CVC portfolio company, SkyBet take the title defeating Lloyds in the cup competition and Ernst & Young defeating CVC Credit Partners to win the shield competition.

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