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Half-Term Soccer Schools

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Half-Term Soccer Schools

For the best time with a football outside of Goodison Park, why not sign your child up to take part in an Everton in the Community Soccer School this October half-term?
 
Ran by trained coaches from the Club, the Soccer Schools offer young people the chance to develop their skills and learn new techniques in a safe, fun environment.
 
Children will be taught skills and techniques that have kept Premier League stars such as Leighton Baines, Leon Osman and Ross Barkley at the top of their game.
 
Jackie Twort, Everton in the Community's Soccer School manager, said: "A typical day at a camp includes a proper 'footballer's style' warm-up, skill sessions, penalty competitions, small-sided games, and water breaks of course!
 
"The last hour of each day consists of a tournament for the youngsters to show off their newly learned skills. Every day is carefully structured to give the children the opportunity to learn new techniques, to enjoy their football and meet new friends."
 
October Half-Term Soccer Schools:
 

Wallasey High School, Wirral 21-22 October
Litherland Sports Park, Sefton 22-23 October
Sutton Leisure Centre, St Helens, 24-25 October
Bryn Elian School, Colwyn Bay 28-29 October
 
All soccer schools run from 10pm-3pm each day and cost £30 per child.
 
For more information or to book a place for your budding Blue, click here or call 0151 530 5253.

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