'Lycamobile Cup' gives 4,500 school children the chance to play at Upton Park

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'Lycamobile Cup' gives 4,500 school children the chance to play at Upton Park
17th December 2014

Now in it's second year, the ‘Lycamobile Cup’ will give over 4,500 school children from East London the chance to play on the hallowed ground of West Ham ground Upton Park. 

West Ham striker Carlton Cole told us about supporting the local community and his memories of playing at the ground for the first time. He explains why it's something of a dream for many local children to get to play at the ground. 

He says: "It's every man's dream." 

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