Constant Spring Football Complex will be the place to be for football lovers this evening, where the 20th staging of the ‘Bring Back The Love After Labour’ football fiesta is scheduled to take place, starting at 5 p.m. The 2016 edition promises to be another exciting day of football mixed with fun and entertainment for the entire family. This year, an Entertainer Invitational will face off against a Sponsors’ Invitational team. The teams will be selected from players such as Aidonia, Chris Martin, Wayne Marshall, Agent Sasco, Ricardo ‘Bibi’ Gardner, Charley Black, Iba Mahr, Jermaine Mason, Nomadz, Ian Wilkinson, Ian McNaughton, Damion Gordon, Audley Boyd, Rudolph Speid, Hugh ‘Bingy’ Blair and ‘Jah Mikes’, among other former football stars, musicians and celebrities. The Clive ‘Busy’ Campbell-organised event will this year honour two outstanding Jamaicans – music icon Carlene Davis and respected news journalist Earl Moxam. Proceeds from the event will, as usual, be used to assist basic schools with funding and equipment. Admission for the event is $400 for adults. Children will be required to pay $100, while kids under 12 will be allowed free entry.