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Sky Blues in the Community will be running a comprehensive re-vamped holiday course programme this February half-term.
The new ‘World Cup’ themed activities offer a three day festival of football for youngsters aged 5 to 12, offering games, games and more games!
The camps are open to boys and girls of any football ability, aged 5-12 years old, and will take place between Monday 18th and Wednesday 20th February.
Sky Blues in the Community’s new World Cup themed holiday camp is open to all ages and abilities, has been designed for aspiring young players to imitate their footballing heroes in a fun, safe and friendly environment.
Activities will take place at the Alan Higgs Centre, Bablake Fields, Meadows Sports Centre (Kenilworth School) and Higham Lane School in Nuneaton.
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World cup tournaments take place either in the morning for children aged 5-9, or afternoon for children aged 10-12.
For those parents who want their children to play all day, brand new ‘extender’ sessions also allow children to participate from 9am to 4pm in football and multisport activities.
Sky Blues in the Community ‘Sport Ambassador’ Jordan Clarke said: “The Sky Blues coaching courses are a great opportunity to play football, meet new friends and have some fun at the same time.
“I attended the courses for a couple of years and the rest is history. Parents can be assured that their children will be getting a high quality, safe and most importantly a fun experience just like I did all those years ago.”
Children attending all three days of the camps will also receive a voucher for a free adult and child ticket to an Npower League One fixture this season.
Bookings can be made by contacting the Sky Blues in the Community team from Monday to Friday between 9.30am to 5pm on 024 7678 6349.