Manchester co-working space, Work.Life, has announced a one-day five-a-side football tournament for businesses in aid of the We Love MCR charity.
Continuing its focus on workplace wellbeing and connecting the community, Manchester’s Work.Life’s tournament will be open to businesses all across the city and will be held at FIVES Soccer Centre in Trafford on Tuesday 16th July.
Elliot Gold, co-founder of Work.Life, said: “This five-a-side tournament brings together two of the things that Manchester is known for – community and football. We’ve already had huge interest from businesses wanting to enter teams, so if you want to get involved and have the chance of winning the business equivalent to the Premier League, then enter a team and show us your skills.”
“Work.Life is all about community and work-happiness. We pride ourselves on our community-led approach, providing spaces that are welcoming, inviting and friendly, and this event is just a taster of the work-life we provide everyday for our members.”
The tournament is being held in aid of The Lord Mayor of Manchester’s We Love MCR Charity which supports young people and communities all over the Manchester area. All proceeds raised will be donated to the charity, which aims to instil pride in the people of Manchester, while connecting an educating our communities. Teams taking part so far include Mercato, Ladbible and AO.com.
After the winners are crowned, Work.Life will be hosting an amazing after party to celebrate at its King Street location. As well as this, Work.Life has a regularly packed events schedule including wellbeing classes, beer & pizza nights and ‘lunch & learns’. It also holds ongoing open days and free hot desking trials, including to members of the North West Freelancer Network on MeetUp.
This unique co-working space creates a workspace environment designed to keep people happy and engaged at work which delivers measurable benefits such as an increase in productivity, staff retention and attracting top talent.
For more information, visit Work.Life