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  • Older men take up walking football
  • Older men take up walking football
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Older men take up walking football

Five-a-sides are fun, but if you’re past your prime, the chance of going home with a painful injury can make a casual kickabout no longer worth the risk. ‘Walking football’ offers the best of both worlds – a game with your mates and a low-impact form of exercise. No running allowed.

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