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A reminder that today, Saturday 8th September, sees the return of Audlem Saints football training on the playing field, Audlem.

Every Saturday throughout the football season 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!

Registration packs along with full club details will be available online or on the field on Saturday.

Mike Hancock
Coach

 

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