Two Activities to return this week

Mansfield Town Football in the Community is delighted to confirm the return of two activities this week for young people, following the change to covid restrictions in line with the government road map.

On Thursday 1st April, and every Thursday thereafter during term-time, the ALL GIRLS Wildcats sessions will return, alongside our FREE PL Kicks sessions – with both sessions following covid protocols.

WILDCATS

The Wildcats session is for GIRLS ONLY aged five to eleven of all sporting abilities, and aims to give girls the platform to have fun, make friends and play football.

The sessions are priced at £3 per participant per session and booking is required via the FA Portal ahead of each session.  

Parents are welcome to stay and watch however in line with covid guidelines they must maintain social distancing and not enter the 3G pitch. Parents / Guardians must NOT take photos or videos in line with our safeguarding practises.

PL KICKS

The FREE PL Kicks sessions are open to boys and girls currently in School Years six to eleven and are split into age appropriate groups.

Those in School Years 6, 7 and 8 can attend the first session 5-6pm, whilst those in years 9, 10 and 11 can attend straight after, 6-7pm – participants CAN NOT attend both sessions and must attend the session relevant to their school year (2020/21 Academic year).

The sessions are FREE and booking is NOT required, however ALL participants must complete a registration form in order to participate. Parents are welcome to stay and watch however in line with covid guidelines they must maintain social distancing and not enter the 3G pitch. Parents / Guardians must NOT take photos or videos in line with our safeguarding practises.

OTHER SESSIONS

Mansfield Town Football in the Community will also be bringing back other sessions in the coming weeks, more details will be announced in the coming days. Our EASTER CAMP will be going ahead from Tuesday 6th April, book your place here.

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