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IAPS FOOTBALL

The IAPS Sixes is a truly national event attracting participants from all four corners of the country. Some of the former Prep School boys who have made appearances in the Premier League and/or Football League include; Will Hughes (Derby County) who attended Foremarke Hall; Lewis Grabban (Norwich City) attended Cumnor House School, Croydon; Lawrie Wilson (Bolton Wanderers) attended Millfield Prep School; Luke O’Nian (Wycombe Wanderers) attended Westbrook Hay Prep School and Jordan Spence (Milton Keynes Dons) was a pupil at Chigwell School. Spence went onto captain the England U16 team that won the Victory Shield in 2005-06 and then he captained the England U17 team.

Tournament Information

  • Boys - schools must enter a regional qualifier in order to qualify for the final.
  • Girls - the tournament is a straight final.
  • Confirmed venues and dates are displayed below.
  • For the boys tournament, you are asked to choose a regional qualifier to attend, providing a second choice venue in case your first choice is full and we need to even the spread of entries.
  • The finals rotate locations annually.

Eligibility

  • All competitors must attend an IAPS school.
  • Pupils must be under the age limit on 1 September 2017.


Rules

National Governing Body

FORTHCOMING FOOTBALL EVENTS

19/03/2018 U11 Girls' 6-a-side Football Tournament - King's College King's College, Taunton TA1 3LA More Info
19/03/2018 U13 Girls' 6-a-side Football Tournament - King's College King's College, Taunton TA1 3LA More Info

PREVIOUS FOOTBALL RESULTS

21/03/2017 Girls 6-a-side Football Tournament King's College, Taunton More Info
05/11/2017 U13 Boys Football Finals - King's College King's College, Taunton More Info

SOME FACTS ABOUT IAPS FOOTBALL

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2016 Competitors

90

2016 Schools

1998

Boys Debut

2016

Girls' Debut