Brazilian spirit comes to city with football celebration

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A Sheffield community centre is bringing the spirit of the World Cup to the city in a day of celebration.

St Wilfrid’s Centre for the homeless and vulnerable, on Queen’s Road, is hosting a Brazilian themed party with Halifax bank on Wednesday, June 18.

It will include samba dancing, a barbecue and a football match refereed by former Sheffield United player Tony Currie.

Kevin Bradley, director of the centre, said it would be a ‘great day’ - and added World Cup referee Howard Webb will be visiting the centre after the tournament had finished.