Official Soccer Schools launches for the Summer Holidays - Football League backed initiative sees 17 clubs offering coaching to youngsters across the country.
The Official Soccer Schools, the Football League backed coaching initiative for youngsters across the country, has been lauched. The initiative, run from the charitable community arm of Football League clubs, offers courses for children aged between two and 18, from professional, FA-Qualified coaches throughout July and August.
There are 17 Football League teams taking part, with each team delivering an associated community scheme, including sports participation, social inclusion, education, health and the environment. Each scheme is a charitable trust, raising funds to deliver worthy activity.
Courses run during July and August and can last anything from one hour to several days. Anyone wishing to learn more about dates, availability and clubs taking part can do so by logging onto - www.officialsoccerschools.co.uk
Richard Heaselgrave, Chief Commercial Officer at The Football League, said: “We are delighted to be running Official Soccer Schools, the only place to find and book official football and multisport courses for children at Football League
clubs during the summer holidays.
“The courses are a great opportunity for young people to improve their skills, get fit and have fun in a safe and enjoyable environment. Whether your child is a star of the future, or just looking for some holiday time entertainment, the courses offer something for everyone”.
For more information and to book a place on your local teams course, visit www.officialsoccerschools.co.uk
Keep the Kids Active with snow soccer from Chill Factore
The England team’s Euro dreams may be over but your kids can still live out their football fantasies with a fantastically different five-a-side… on snow!
The UK’s longest real snow slope, Chill Factore is offering children’s sessions of Snow Soccer. It can be difficult to find entertaining activities during the summer holidays – especially with the current weather – but Chill Factore is here to help.
As a standalone kids activity or as part of a party, Snow Soccer is sure to entice football fanatics to try a unique take on their favourite sport. Held in the children’s Snowplay area, the mini pitch is perfect for groups of six per team to challenge their friends whilst a dedicated member of our team is on hand to oversee the fun.
Plus, the future Rooney’s can re-energise after the match from the variety of restaurants on offer.
Rebecca Fell, head of marketing at Chill Factore said: “As always at Chill Factore, we want to offer a range of activities to our visitors so there’s always something new to try. Snow Soccer is a brilliant way to enjoy a twist on the beautiful game and encourage children to get active and have fun in the snow.”
More information can be found on the Chill Factore website at www.chillfactore.com