Soccer schools kicking off


WARRINGTON Town FC’s Saturday Soccer Sessions return this weekend (Saturday 12th January 2013) after a Christmas break with more fun, games and action, than ever before.
The soccer sessions will look at developing youngsters to play for the club’s junior section while also allowing children to have fun and learning about football in a safe environment.
Community development officer James Standing will be taking the coaching drills which start at 9:00am every Saturday through out the year.
It is open to children aged 4 to 12 years old who are all welcome to join in. It will last for an hour and a half with participants taking part in fun games, skills sessions and a match before heading home to enjoy the rest of the day with family.
The cost is just £3 per session and anyone wanting more information should contact James on 07714571452 or email
The Saturday Soccer Session will take place on the club’s 3G training pitches and parents are advised to bring plenty of drink for the children and ensure the appropriate clothing is worn. Astroturf boots or trainers should be worn along with shin pads.
Starting in February there will be the popular multi-sport and soccer half term camp for children aged 6-12 years. Prices are set at just £9 per day or £30 for the full 4 days with a wide range of sports covered. Boys and girls are all welcome as the days begin at 9:30am and will end at 3:30pm.
The camp will take place on the 3G pitches at Warrington Town’s Abacus Solicitors Community Stadium on Monday 18, Tuesday 19, Thursday 21 and Friday 22 of February.
Contact James for full information or to book your place.


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