Registration for the EPF World Record Match and Festival of Football is 20EUR for adults and 10EUR for kids.
This includes participation in the the world record attempt and access to 5 days of workshops, coaching sessions, film screenings, World Cup watch parties and… a commemorative match top and socks!
Check out the Official Jerseys Below!
Models & Jersey Size for Reference
Each player will get to choose their size when registered. Check out the sizes below for reference!
From left to right…
Jamelia 5'3 / 162cm Wearing Men’s Medium
Zyisha: 5'7 / 174cm - Wearing Women’s Small
Karin: 5'1 / 155cm - Wearing women’s Medium
Husnaa: 5'5 / 168cm – Wearing Women’s Large — Referee Top!
Shegofa: 5'4 / 165cm – Wearing Men’s Extra large
Lakshmi: 5'5 / 168cm – Wearing Men’s small
Gerda: 5'4 / 165 cm – Wearing Women’s Extra Large
(Front) Lauryn: 5ft0 / 152cm – Wearing Men’s large
(Not in group pic - B&W top, baseball cap ) Randa: 5'4 / 165cm Wearing Women’s large
Last fall we hosted a competition for our fans to design the match kits for the EPF World Record match and we ultimately combined the FOUR amazing designs into what is now our official match top. Shout out to the winners below for their support!
Al Nimri Wala - Jordan
Flora Dubois - France
Lucy Hills - UK
Paula Jaku - Albania
Thanks to Positive Youth Foundation
…for modeling the official kits! Check them out on Twitter @positiveyouth96 and Instagram @pyfcoventry.
Positive Youth Foundation (PYF) is a Midlands-based social enterprise that aims to raise the aspirations and life chances of young people between the ages of 8 and 25. Every year the organisation works with around 3000 young people in order to support them to overcome significant challenges in their lives. Drawing from the expertise and knowledge of its staff and previous clients, PYF aims to positively engage young people through adapted and tailored sport, leisure, education, social action and creative programmes.
The organisation actively encourages Young People to lead on social change regarding issues that affect them and their peers on a local and national level. A number of female empowerment programmes has led to a surge of activism led by young females at PYF. Their key aim is to encourage more girls to take up team sports, regardless of ability or fitness level. Their marketing strategy looks to promote a wider representation of females enjoying sport.
Photographer: Tayyibah Mota
Twitter @TayyibahMota || Instagram @beingmuslim2019