Coventry City players Lee Burge and Jordan Shipley visited the Sky Blues in the Community Easter Holiday Football Camps at the Alan Higgs Centre on Tuesday afternoon.
80 children attended the Easter Holiday Football Course on Tuesday, which are for both boys and girls aged between 5 and 11 years and focus on children having fun through football activities.
Children attending work with FA qualified coaches who deliver sessions that are fun, safe and engaging and help them improve their skills too.
Burge and Shipley joined children at the Alan Higgs Centre camp for some small sided games and penalty shoot outs, as well as photos and signatures. The Sky Blues players also took part in a Q & A with youngsters, where questions ranged from favourite goals and saves to their recent performances on FIFA 18!
Watch the video from the visit below or see photos in the gallery above.
You can still book a place at one of the remaining days of SBitC Easter football courses or find details of the Whitsun and Summer Camps – just visit officialsoccerschools.co.uk or call 024 7678 6349
There are also new Multi-Sport Camps in Warwick too for Key Stage 1 and 2 children – with a variety of different sports such as football, tag-rugby, dodgeball, Kwik-cricket and many more! To book, head to officialsoccerschools.co.uk or call 024 7678 6349.
Meanwhile, Sky Blues captain Michael Doyle and Defender Rod McDonald were visiting the SBitC Advanced Football Development Course at Blue Coat School.
These advanced coaching courses are led by SBitC FA Level 3 coaches who follow the fundamentals of the England DNA and use The FA four corner player development model. These courses are open to players aged 8-14 years old of all footballing abilities and experiences wishing to develop their technical and tactical understanding of the game as well as improve their overall long-term football development.
Doyle watched the players take part in their sessions in the Under 11 and Under 12 age groups, and was then quizzed about training, positioning and resilience among other topics. McDonald joined in the with players during their games and shared his experiences of his pathway into professional football with the young players.
For further details of future Advanced Development Courses or to join our Player Development Centres please contact the SBitC Office via Telephone: 02476 786 349 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org