Young footballers tried out their skills and improved their play at a collection of Spring Bank holiday soccer camps last week.
Hosted by the Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme, the club’s charitable arm, the camps saw more than 100 budding footballers aged 5-14 enjoy fun games, improve their technique and develop new skills.
Soccer Camps are run throughout the year and are facilitated by fully qualified coaches allowing children to learn from their experience and expertise whilst they build up confidence and make new friends.
Steve Taylor, Community Officer at the Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme, said: “The Spring Bank Holiday camp has been excellent and we were really impressed with how many children took part. It’s always good to see young people get involved and show interest in football.
“The camps are a great way for children to try the sport and benefit from the opportunity to be coached by experts from our community programme. We look forward to welcoming even more at our summer Soccer Camps.”
For further information on future soccer camps, call the SWFC Community Programme on 0114 221 2215 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org