Punjabi Wolves spearhead Midlands-wide charity push
The Punjabi Wolves supporters group, the largest organised group of ethnic football fans in the UK, is uniting teams from across the Midlands on 25 June at the club’s annual Gold and Black Charity Gala Night at the New Bingley Hall, Birmingham.
Football fans, players and officials from Wolverhampton Wanderers, Aston Villa, Birmingham City, Coventry City, Leicester City, West Bromwich Albion and Walsall, will come together to help Punjabi Wolves raise money for Cancer Research UK, MS Society, India Housing Project, Promise Dreams, West Park Rehabilitation Hospital and the NSPCC.
Andy Sahota, from Punjabi Wolves, said: “The night is all about bringing football fans from all over the country together, regardless of race, colour or background for one cause, charity. There is sure to be plenty of banter had between the different fans on the night.”
Entertainment will be provided by Punjabi rockstar Juggy D, Trevor T from Musical Youth, Nicole Connor, local singer and daughter of Wolves assistant manager Terry Connor, GPD bhangra dancers, DJ H, a famous Punjabi DJ, and DJ Jas Johal.
Punjabi Wolves will also be releasing ‘Rab Karay’, the club’s official charity song, on the evening. The song, which details the story of the Punjabi community, has been developed alongside Malkit Singh MBE, the world’s biggest selling Punjabi music artist, Punjabi By Nature, one of the UK’s most successful Asian music producers, and Jandu Littranwala, a Punjabi music composer.
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