FOOTBALLERS in Herefordshire raised £2,025 for the NHS while the Covid-29 pandemic stopped play by instead switching their attention to an online competition. Soccersixes who usually operate the six-a-side leagues outdoors on 3G pitch at Pegasus Juniors instead operated an e-soccer online FIFA gaming tournament and raised the £2,025 with all profit going to the NHS. Soccersixes spokesman Sean Uppal said: "We wanted to do something to help in the pandemic and one of our referees mentioned doing a charity online gaming tournament. "Our staff and referees helped and the e-soccer tournament was a success and we were pleased to raise money for such a good cause. “Our six-a-side teams who play in our leagues took part and enjoyed it but are now happy that our outdoor 3G league is back on and they are enjoying playing again in the open air." Soccersixes operate a six-a-side league on a Sunday night at Pegasus Juniors FC 3G Pitch. The league runs weekly and is open to any standard and currently there is one space available for any team who want to enter a team. Games are 40 minutes long and qualified referees are present to referee the league. It is easy to enter a team, there is no entry fee, players have to be over 16 and a team captain can get six to eight players together and register at or call 07400827109.