Probably our most regular attendee, Charlie Cousins, celebrated his 70th birthday last Saturday with a true Sarf London knees-up held at the Beira Rio Restaurant/Black Anchor Pub in Tavira. The majority of the EAWF fraternity were in attendance to help him celebrate this milestone and present him with many weird and wonderful gifts. Continue reading “Congratulations to Charlie”
We are welcoming Keynsham Walking Football from Bristol to our shores in October for a few friendly games of walking footie and a few beers. Continue reading “Keynsham WF are visiting us in October”
ONLY TWO WEEKS TO GO FOR FREE CHAMPAGNE!
Gail & Ross would like to thank all at EAWF for providing wonderful memories to console us during our year-long endurance test in Escocia. Continue reading “A Huge Thank You from Ross and Gail”
A quick update on some more news from EAWF, including an attempt to harmonise the rules in the Algarve, the latest on our defibrillators, and a chance to win with our World Cup Sweepstake.
A few new improvements to the website that we thought you’d like to know about: the website is now multilingual, reserve your tickets online for our events, and join in our community chat in our online forums.
The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on 25 May, puts you in charge of your personal data.
Here is the schedule for the 2018 World Cup if anyone is interested!
East Algarve Walking Football’s most senior player David Trueman celebrated his 80th birthday recently and to mark the occasion the EAWF family presented him with a commemorative bottle of port and a cake adorned with three football candles, one for each year he has been playing the game.
Last year Gordon Powell, a member of Walking Football Spain (Marbella) tragically lost his life after suffering a heart-attack whilst attending a tournament hosted by East Algarve Walking Football in Olhão.