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Please find on the link below information on the Staffordshire FA Young Leaders Camp 2011, a fantastic FREE event for any 14-22 year olds who are involved, or looking to get involved, in grassroots football.

The Camp will take place at the Pirelli Stadium, home of Burton Albion Football Club, on Tuesday 10th May, 10.00am – 4.00pm, so you will need to gain permission from your school or college (if applicable) if you would like to attend. All of the workshops at the Camp will be delivered by FA Coaches & Tutors, along with staff from Burton Albion Football Club, and they will include:

– Coaching 5-11 year olds: a practical insight into The FA Tesco Skills Programme

– Referee Development: could you be the next Phil Dowd or Howard Webb?

– Pre-Season Fitness Drills: prepare your own team like a professional club!

– Football Development: opportunities to ‘Get into Football’ in Staffordshire

If you would like to attend the Camp, please gain permission from your school/college and email Gareth Thomas at gareth.thomas@staffordshirefa.com – the deadline to apply is Wednesday 4th May; further confirmation details will be sent out on receipt of your email. If you are not yet signed up to the Staffordshire FA ‘Football Futures’ database, you will be sent an application form to complete.

Any questions regarding the Camp, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Gareth Thomas | Football Development Officer

Staffordshire FA

01785 256994 (Option 2)

07815 295723

www.staffordshirefa.com

Staffordshire FA, Dyson Court, Staffordshire Technology Park, Beaconside, Stafford, ST18 0LQ

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