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Last chance to book!

Bristol City Community Trust has been hosting its hugely popular football camp throughout the summer holidays and only five days remain.

The club’s official charity has been delivering the camps since Monday, July 24th at FIVES Soccer Centre, South Bristol Sports Centre, with the programme concluding on Friday (August 25th).

Youngsters who attend the camp will receive an action-packed programme of football, which will be delivered by the Trust’s FA-qualified coaches, with the emphasis firmly on enjoyment and participation rather than competition.

The camps are delivered from 10am-2pm each day and are suitable for youngsters aged six-11 years old, who will have the opportunity to practise a range of techniques, compete in small-sided fixtures and meet other youngsters from across the Bristol region.  

The summer camps to date have attracted more than 150 football-enthused  participants each day, so if you want to get involved, act fast to avoid disappointment.

“The number of youngsters we have seen attend our holiday camps this summer has been overwhelming,” said Community Trust’s head of operations Dan White.

“We have one week left of our summer programme and it is set to be another fantastic five days.

“If you’re enthused about football and you want to interact with others from across the city who share similar interests to you, in a fun and safe environment, then come along as I am sure you won’t be disappointed!”

The Trust’s football fun camps cost just £10 per day. To reserve your space, click here or call 0117 963 0636.

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