Gallery: England lift World Cup at Portman Road

ENGLAND ran out winners when Portman Road staged an Ipswich Town Community Trust 'World Cup' tournament.

ENGLAND ran out winners when Portman Road staged an Ipswich Town Community Trust 'World Cup' tournament.

They finished ahead of England Lions with Portugal in third place and Poland fourth. Bangladesh A won the fair play award.

Eighteen teams represented their respective countries in an adult male five-a-side tournament including Togo, Kurdistan, Kenya, India and Albania as well as those who gained prizes.

The tournament lasted all day and more than 144 players took part.

Both Ipswich Town and the Community Trust are supporters of anti-racism campaigns, 'Kick it Out' and 'Show Racism the Red Card' and takes a zero tolerance stance on racism.

The tournament brought players of all nationalities and ethnic groups living in the local community, together for a fun and diverse day of football.

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Suffolk Police, Suffolk Police Authority, Suffolk County Council, Ipswich Borough Council, Suffolk FA, Suffolk Family Carers, ISCRE, Ipswich Community Radio and CSV media worked in conjunction with Ipswich Town Community Trust to organise the event.

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