John Farnworth’s Football Magic at the National Football Museum

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John Farnworth

John Farnworth’s Football Magic at National Football Museum, Manchester 11 December 2017 Tickets from £7

Star of Match Of The Day Kickabout and the National Football Museum’s official favourite freestyler John Farnworth hits Manchester with his magical show this December.

Witness the most incredible football show in the world as John takes you on a journey where any football feat is possible.

John Farnworth’s Football Magic is packed with stunning freestyle routines, bold stunts and indescribable magic on the ball. This 60-minute show aims to inspire people all over the world by showcasing the very best of football freestyling; an up close and personal experience with John that’s sure to leave you spellbound.

The show will start at 6pm on Monday 11 December in the National Football Museum Hall of Fame, finishing at 7pm.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet John afterwards.

John Farnworth’s Football Magic at National Football Museum, Manchester 11 December 2017 Tickets from £7

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