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Trust launches futsal centres for youngsters

Bristol City Community Trust are launching Futsal Development Centres for youngsters aged 5-16 in and around Bristol on Monday, September 7th.

In conjunction with Bristol City Futsal Club, the Trust will deliver weekly Futsal sessions at Abbeywood and Ashton Park School.

The sessions will run parallel with the academic term and Trust’s coaches will look to improve the children’s technical ability, develop skills and increase fitness levels.

BCCT believes youngsters learn best they enjoy, achieve and have no external pressure placed on them.

The primary aim of the centres is to get local children involved in physical activity on regular basis and assist on achieving their potential.

The hour-long Futsal Development Centres are available to participants for just £4 per session, whilst the first session at each venue is available to participants for no associated cost.

To learn more about these sessions, and to register onto a Futsal Development Centre, please visit bristolcitycommunitytrust.org.uk.

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