Here’s all you need to know about Development Football

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Fleetwood Town Community Trust run a Football Development Pathway programme at Fleetwood Town’s training complex Poolfoot Farm, and here’s all you need to know.

The programme is for boys and girls aged between 3-8 years-old, and the sessions are structured as an open football session for children of all abilities in a safe, fun and learning environment.

Our Development sessions allow children the chance to develop their football skills and techniques, as well as build confidence and meet new friends. The programme helps young players learn the game of football and also prepares them for playing for local grassroots teams or even academy football.

Session prices start at £3.50 per session or £20 per calendar month. Players who are a member at any grassroot clubs can receive a discount of £2 per session or £15 per calendar month.

A player’s first session is FREE – so why not come and try it when we are back open!

Below is a list of days and time of when our sessions are open – Please be aware sessions are cancelled for now due to the Governments’ advice regarding the Coronavirus. We will update you when we are back up and running.

Tuesday (5:15-6:15pm)

Wednesday (5:00-6:00pm)

Friday (4:45-5:45pm)

Saturday (9:30-10:00am)

All of our coaches are fully DBS checked and all possess minimum level 1 qualification in coaching Football. We also have coaches who have their UEFA B (Level 3) certification in coaching football, as well as Early Years Specialist Training and Level 3 Youth Awards.

If you want to know even more about our Development Football sessions, feel free to email jake.anderton@fleetwoodtownfc.com. We hope to see many new faces in the near future!

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