Upcoming School Football Competitions

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Welcome back. I hope you all had a lovely break and enjoyed the holidays!

I hope the host of Premier League action has got you in the football mood as we have 2 competitions coming up very soon:

The first one is Friday 20th January and is the 'Crewe Alexandra FA U11 Kids Cup' which involves us playing against other schools for the chance for the chance to represent the region in Regional and National Finals.

The second competition will be held on Thursday 26th January at Brine Leas High School 4-5pm and is a Futsal 5-a-side competition.( Futsal is an exciting game that is all about the development of technical football skills and is a fantastic opportunity for children to develop their football skills).

I will be sending out letters for these events soon and the football club will start again after half term when the light and weather (hopefully) improves and I hope to arrange more friendly fixtures to get more people involved.

Happy New Year.

Mr Sargeant

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