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Audlem Saints football training returns this week, Saturday 10th November on the Playing Field.

We offer free FA standard football coaching for local children, both girls and boys, from age 4/5 ie Reception class to age 16 ie Year 11.

We aim to run 4 age groups with the 2 Junior groups starting at 10.00am until 11.00am and the 2 Senior groups starting at 10.30am until 12noon.

The coaching is open to all, you don't need to be a Rooney or Messi, but just want to enjoy some out door fun, friendly competition, make new friends, kick the occasional football and perhaps learn a few skills.

New members (as well as parent coaches) always welcome, come and give it a go! Full club details are available online — please click on the link under the photo.

Mike Hancock
Coach

 

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