Award-winning Clevedon football club to host disabled training sessions

PUBLISHED: 18:00 28 November 2017

The sessions will begin in January.

The sessions will begin in January.

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A Clevedon football club will offer inclusive and disabled training sessions from next year.

Clevedon United Junior Football Club will host the first session from 10-11am on January 7 at Clevedon School in Valley Road.

The sessions, which will be held every Sunday morning, are open to anyone aged five to 16 years old.

A club spokesman said: “As a community club our aim is to get more young people to play football in the Clevedon and surrounding areas, and also to allow players not only to learn new football skills but to socialise, meet new friends and increase general health and fitness.”

Earlier this year the club was handed the Somerset FA Charter Standard Development Football Club Of The Year award.

MORE: Clevedon United picks up FA award

The prize was given in recognition of the investment it makes to develop young people.

To confirm attendance, email secretary.cujfc@yahoo.com


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