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Cardiff City Premier League Kicks

Posted by PLKicks from Cardiff - Published on 12/09/2014 at 11:30
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Cardiff City Premier League Kicks is a project that offers FREE sports coaching to young people of ages 14-19 - both boys and girls.

Sessions are delivered by Cardiff City Community Foundation coaches every Monday 5-7pm and Tuesday 6-8pm at Butetown Pavilion. Young people will take part in fun sport skill sessions along with small sided games.

There is also a FREE girls-only session on Wednesday at Butetown Pavilion at 5.30-6.30pm, where the girls can play many sports, such as Netball, Football, Table Tennis and many more.

Cardiff City FC Community & Education Foundation started Premier League Kicks in October 2013 after receiving funding from the Premier League Charitable Fund; the aim of the project is to combat anti-social behaviour and in Year 1 of the project it engaged with over 600 young people. 

Finally, we are looking to recruit volunteers to assist in the successful running of the session at Butetown Pavilion. If interested, please contact zac.lyndonjones@cardiffcityfc.co.uk

Check out the Cardiff City Premier League Kicks flyer for the venues and times of all our sessions.

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