Last week, Printerland was invited to Manchester to compete in the 'Epson World Cup' football tournament at Manchester United's famous Old Trafford Stadium.
Printerland's Matthew Ackers and Christian Ralph were chosen as part of the United Kingdom squad, one of 10 teams representing 15 nations from across Europe.
The tournament itself was part of a weekend of proceedings centered around Manchester United's stadium and training facilities with Friday's evening entertainment introduced by Manchester United legend and ex England captain Bryan Robson after a brief tour of Old Trafford's vast museum.
Saturday saw all teams head for Manchester United's Training Complex in Carrington for a series of qualifying matches hosted by ex United central defender Gary Pallister, before heading back to Old Trafford for the semi-finals and more evening entertainment with the winner's trophy presented by ever-present United full-back Denis Irwin.
The cup was eventually won by Hungary, with the UK team finishing in a respectable third after an agonising defeat on penalties by Italy in the semi-finals.
Matt Ackers of Printerland said "It was a real privillage to be chosen to be part of such a great event. As Manchester United supporters this was a once in a lifetime opportunity to be able to play at Old Trafford, one that we'll never forget...we can only thank Epson and Man Utd for creating such a unique and exciting experience for us all."
Epson has also recently agreed a further three-year contract with Manchester United, as the club’s official office equipment supplier.