SOMETHING BIG IS HAPPENING I PRIME PEOPLE: LONDON BEEFEATERS
In this episode, we linked up with a friend who has won two titles on a national stage and is planning on doing the same for London Ontario.
If you’re not familiar with them, you need to buckle and take a ride with us to see how this beautiful mind plans to do it.
The next bandwagon is coming so don't sleep on this episode!
On top of that, give them a follow and be sure to show them some love for all the knowledge they dropped in this episode!
The London Beefeater Football Club Inc. is a non-profit organization sponsoring junior football in the London area for players aged 18-22 as of December 31st of the current year.
In 1975 a group of volunteers had a dream about bringing high-quality junior football to London and the current executive continues with that tradition in mind.
Their motto, "Committed to Excellence", encapsulates their vision to promote character development through football excellence and quality programs. It is their mission to develop, throughout our organization, the skills necessary for success in football and in life.
The London Beefeater Football Club values:
"Respect" of self, others and property
"Honesty" and "Truthfulness"
"Integrity" that is commitment, pride and work ethic
"Inclusiveness" and "Tolerance" of ideas and people
"Adaptability" and the need to grow through change
The London Beefeaters participate in the Ontario Football Conference (OFC), a division of the Canadian Junior Football League that consists of the Prairie Football Conference and the British Columbia Football Conference as well as the OFC.
Each year the three conferences compete for the Canadian Bowl, one of only three national football championships in Canada. The others are the CFL's Grey Cup and the USports' Vanier Cup.
The London Beefeater Football Club is operated by a Board of Directors and relies on the work of many volunteers to develop a quality football program for London and the surrounding area.
'A quality football program for young men in London and the surrounding area.'
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