Forget the World Cup – and after England’s demise, many of us have – what we need is the Oneness Cup.
And for Brazil read Harlington, as Sant Nirankari Mission (SNM) UK hosts the tournament next month.
Following on from a national ‘oneness’ celebration in 2012 that included music festivals, street shows and the West London Community Games in Hayes, Sikh organisation SNM UK is staging the annual match on July 12 at Little Harlington playing fields in Sipson Lane.
As last year, the match will be between youth volunteers of the Mission and the Adjutant General’s Corps Cricket Club of the British Army.
Tarsem Lal, chairman of the London branch committee of the charity, said: “This is going to be a great day for all the family.
“I really appreciate the efforts of the AGC CC and the youth volunteers that have made this possible, and really hope that everyone will come and join us on the day to both enjoy the experience and show that sport is a great way for us to come together as a community.”
The day starts at 11am, and includes a raffle, food stalls and fun activities for children.