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Abbots Youth FC offers football taster sessions for under 6 players

 Published on: 23rd April 2018   |   By: Jason Allen   |   Category: Uncategorized

Abbots Youth FC is offering local children, currently in Reception at school, the opportunity to put their fledgling footballing skills into action with a free taster session. 

Taking place in Abbots Langley on Saturday 16th June and Saturday 23rd June 10am-11am at the Manor House Sports and Social Centre, the free taster sessions have been specifically designed for any children, who will be moving into year 1 in September, to come along and take part in some football-themed fun.

The taster sessions intend to give a flavour of what it’s like to train and play for Abbots Youth FC and activities will include warm up exercises, individual and team skills development incorporating dribbling, passing, shooting and general ball control and then finishing with a short match.

Chairman Tony Bullock says: “Abbots Youth is an inclusive football club, whose ethos is to encourage grass roots players of all abilities. Taking part in football offers many physical and mental health benefits for children including improved hand-eye coordination, speed, endurance, strength as well as improving self-esteem, resilience, problem-solving, teamwork and leadership skills.”

“We are currently looking for new players to join our Under 6 team for the 2018-2019 season starting in September and would be delighted for any child, regardless of ability, to join us for the taster sessions in June.”

If you want to participate in one or both, complete the contact form on the website, or ring Steve Gray on 07929 977515 or email

Abbots Youth FC is also looking for Under 13, Under 17 and Under 18 players to join its competitive teams for the 2018-2019 season.

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