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GAM charity football tournament 2017: the live draw

For a third year running, GAM will host its six-a-side charity football tournament at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge.

The tournament will take place on 10 June and continue to support the firm's charity of choice Wheels for Wellbeing.

A total of 18 teams will battle it out at the home of the Premier League champions for the trophy, which is being defended by Citywire.

Rathbones, Credit Suisse, Signia Wealth, Stonehage Fleming and Architas are a few of the big wealth companies competing. 

We are joined by Graeme Le Saux, retired Chelsea and England footballer and Douglas Branson, head of UK distribution at GAM, for the live draw. Graeme will also be there on the day.

Wheels for Wellbeing is an award-winning charity that supports disabled people of all ages and from different backgrounds in their pursuit to get cycling. You can find out more about the charity here

Check out all the action from the 2015 tournament

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