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Lead Coach ‘Delighted’ with youngster’s development as Stags’ Little Kickers Concludes

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Premier League Primary Stars Lead Coach Mark Lynk says he’s ‘Delighted’ at the progression of youngsters who’ve been attending Football in the Community’s Stags’ Little Kickers sessions, following the conclusion of the summer program yesterday. Running throughout the Summer Holiday’s every Wednesday, the project has been an introduction into Football for youngsters ages three and…

POST 16 EDUCATION | Places available for Football in the Community’s BTEC education course.

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Months of studying came to a head this morning as youngsters across the country collected their GCSE results, and whilst many will know what their future holds when September comes, a large percentage still have tough decisions to make. Mansfield Town Football in the Community are encouraging students stuck in limbo over what do in…

Executive Mayor Visits Football in the Community

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Mansfield’s new Executive Mayor Andy Abrahams today [20th August] paid a visit to Mansfield Town Football in the Community, as part of his plans to become more acquainted with community sporting activities across the district. Mr Abrahams met with Head of Community Mark Hemingray, Community Manager Gary Shaw, and Premier League Primary Stars Coordinator Jordan…

Seniors Grace One Call Stadium Turf during Cup Encounter

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Mansfield Town Football in the Community’s Walking Footballers provided the entertainment during the half-time interval last night [13th August] as Mansfield Town took on Morecambe in the Carabao Cup first round. The seniors showcased their skills in front of 1,884 supporters, playing an inter-squad friendly match to promote Football in the Community’s Walking Football sessions…

Youngsters enjoyed Sports Day as ‘Soccer Summer’ gets competitive

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The summer holidays are in full swing and youngsters attending Football in the Community’s ‘Soccer Summer’ activity have ramped up their competitive side, by participating in a Sports Day event. The youngsters were split into three separate teams, competing throughout the day in different challenges such as relay races, football rounder’s and a range of…