All set for Soccer School
FEBRUARY half-term will see the return of the popular Football in the Community/Norwich City Soccer School to the Watton area.So if you are aged between five and 14 this could be the best way to spend your school holidays.
FEBRUARY half-term will see the return of the popular Football in the Community/Norwich City Soccer School to the Watton area.
So if you are aged between five and 14 this could be the best way to spend your school holidays. Soccer Schools are a great way for children to get active in the school holidays by enjoying the nations favourite sport.
The course is being held on Wednesday, February 18 at Watton Sports Centre.
Each Soccer School places the emphasis not only on fun, but each child regardless of ability learning new skills to take away with them, either to use either in the playground or for their local team.
Each venue provides a safe fun environment for the child to play, as long with all the top coaching from the FA-qualified coaches.
Lee Croft, Norwich City, winger said: “Soccer Schools are a great way for children to learn the game of football in a child friendly environment, and that's where I started playing and got picked up by Man City, so they can even help you make it as a professional.”
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Ian Thornton, FITC Director, added: “Our Soccer Schools allow many children to keep active in their holidays. Whilst the main aim is for them to attend, make friends, have fun and practice their skills under the guidance of our qualified staff we have also identified male and female players who have progressed to the relevant advanced programmes.''
All Soccer Schools run from 10am to 3pm with a cost of �17 for non-members and �16 for members.
Each child will go away with a NCFC signed certificate of attendance, and a free gift to remember the course, there is also the opportunity to be selected for one of the advanced Player Development Centres.
Also at some venues some NCFC players (subject to availability) might drop in to share their experiences, show their favourite skills and sign those all-important autographs.
To book on a course please either call the FITC office on 01603 761122 or download a booking form from the kids' course section at www.fitc.org.uk and remember to book early to avoid disappointment.