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Championship side Yeovil to introduce own girl band

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Yeovil Town hope to become the first club to have their own girl band © PA Photos
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Despite propping up the Championship table, Yeovil Town are aiming to become the first football club to have their own girl band.

The club is joining forces with record label The Famous Company in order to release a single aimed at raising money for Prostate Cancer UK, the Football League's official charity.

The group will perform at home matches for the rest of the season, while Yeovil hope it will help attract more supporters to Huish Park.

Auditions take place at the club's ground on December 4, while the plan is to release the single on iTunes.

"Yeovil Town are delighted to get involved in this new innovative project," spokesman Adrian Hopper told the Guardian. "We feel sure the unique chance to have a girl band linking with us as a club will not only launch the group but also help to spread the word of Yeovil Town Football Club to a whole new section of the community, whilst at the same time helping charity from sales of the record."

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