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3 Day Easter Half Term Football Course -Downloadable Booking Form available here

Wednesday, 11 March 2015 15:12

If you are interested in your child(ren) taking part in the 3 day Easter Half Term Football Course at Rowley Park (for Children aged 4-14), you can download the booking form from the link below:

http://www.stneotstownfc.co.uk/the-club/downloadcentre.html

       St Neots Town Football Club

Easter Half Term 3 Day Football Course

                Wednesday 8th, Thursday 9th & Friday 10th

10.30am-3pm    £15 per day or £40 per child when booking for all 3 days

Venue: St Neots Town FC, 3G Arena, Rowley Park, Kester Way, St Neots

     What to expect on the course   

 

Our aim is to provide an enjoyable football development environment that will help improve your child’s football skills including Dribbling, passing, shooting and much more. All children will be encourages to learn at their own pace, without pressure so as to ensure that we can maximize their enjoyment and development.  

    AM- Football Skills including specialist goal keeper coaching,

 

    Lunch ( please bring your own packed lunch)

 

    PM- 5 aside World Cup Tournament

 

Please bring    Shin pads Football kit including astro footwear or trainersFood & Drink

This is an outside course so please ensure your child is dressed appropriately hats, gloves etc

 

All coaches have a DBS certificate (CRB), First aider Certificate and Safeguarding Children Certificate and are at least ‘’FA Level 2 - UEFA A’’ license holders.

 

 

Attention all Goal Keepers !!!St Neots Town 1st Team GK Coach, Darren Plowman, will be holding a specialist Goal Keeper coaching day on Thursday 9th April.

 

“The GK day will be a mixture of technical work and fun GK games, being coached by myself and Alex Archer. The main emphasis will be on shot stopping, everybody’s favorite topic and we’ll be breaking it down into the smaller technical points. We will also work on the basics of handling and footwork, the main fundamentals of goalkeeping as well as distribution, the ever more important role of a goalkeeper who is no longer “ apart from the team but a part of the team “

 

Regards

Daz Plowman

St Neots Town Football Club, Head of Goalkeeping 

 

 

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