The Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme have teamed up with the Sheffield City Trust to bring football development centres to youngsters in the city.
The development centres will give young people the chance to work with professional coaches in their local communities.
The initiative launched on Monday 20 September for boys and girls aged 5-14, with the aim to develop young people’s social skills as well as improve their ability on the pitch.
David Bly, from the Sheffield City Trust, said: “Sheffield City Trust are delighted to extend our long-standing partnership with Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme through the development centres.
“We wanted to re-launch our football offer and bring a wow factor to it. By working with SWFC, and using our fantastic facilities, we believe this has been achieved.”
Marcus Brameld, Owls Community Manager Marcus Brameld said: “We are extremely excited to partner with Sheffield City Trust to create opportunities for talented young players across the city.
“Young players will have the opportunity to receive professional coaching in a safe and welcoming environment.”
To book your place at the football development programme with SWFCCP, please CLICK HERE.