Young Evertonians in Orlando will get the opportunity to meet Blues hero Tim Howard next week at a Soccer School being offered as part of a series of fan activities to mark the Club’s involvement in the Florida Cup.
Howard, who made 414 appearances for Everton between 2006 and 2016, will be at XL Soccer World in Lake Nona on Monday 26 July - the day after Everton take on Colombian giants Millonarios at Orlando's Camping World Stadium.
Howard’s visit will see him drop in on players taking part in the Soccer School, which is promising a fun Everton experience with access to elite-level coaching and a skill-based curriculum shaped by professionals from our world-renowned youth academy at USM Finch Farm.
The Club is putting on the first of two Soccer Schools at XL Soccer World this week, with a second to run from Monday 26 July – the day of Howard’s visit – to Friday 30 July.
Limited spaces are still available for the second camp and more information, including prices and booking options, can be found here.
The Soccer Schools, which include a gift of a soccer ball and jersey produced by Everton's official technical partner hummel, are open to boys and girls of all abilities aged 7 to 18 years old, with the options of a morning camp (7am-9am, 7-14 year olds) and evening camp (5pm-7pm, 8-18 year olds) available.
To learn more about dates, times and prices – or to register your child’s place at any Everton Soccer School running in the USA this summer - click here.
Tickets to watch Everton on both days of the Florida Cup – the Blues will also face either Arsenal or Inter Milan on Wednesday 28 July - are still available and can be purchased at FloridaCup.com. To be in with a chance of winning tickets in an exclusive Everton competition, click here.