Bromley Football Club’s Summer Soccer Camp got off to a great start on Monday, with attendees getting a very special visit!
Monday 13th August marked the start of this Summer’s Soccer Camp, and the children were paid a visit by members of the first team on our 3G pitches before undertaking training ahead of tomorrow’s clash with Eastleigh.
If you are looking to book your child a place you can still do so, all the need to know details are below;
Week 1 – Monday 13th August – Friday 17th August
Week 2 – Monday 20th August – Friday 24th August
Where and when does it take place?
The Summer Soccer Camps will run from 9am to 3pm on each of the days listed above for boys and girls aged 4 to 12 years of age. The course will cost £17 per day or £75 per week.
The Soccer School takes place within Bromley Football Club on our all new super safe, child friendly 3G rubber crumb pitches, which are the best all weather pitches in the borough.
Address: Bromley Football Club, Hayes Lane, Bromley, Kent BR2 9EF.
Children will enjoy football in a safe environment and will be coached by DBS checked and FA qualified coaches.
What does my child need?
A packed lunch along with plenty of drink and suitable clothing. T-shirt and shorts are fine but we advise parents to bring along tracksuits and warm clothes as the weather can change quickly! Trainers or football boots are fine but NO METAL STUDS. Shin pads are also preferable.
What happens if it is raining?
With the best all weather pitches in the borough we’ve had one session cancelled in our 7 years of operation, and that was due to a mountain of snow, which is extremely unlikely at this time of year! Rain or shine, we’ll be running and open as usual! We also have an indoor marquee space which is used during extreme weather, where our professional coaches will keep the groups entertained and active.
How do I book? / Where do I sign in?
Following the popularity of our most recent Soccer Camps, parents are encouraged to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Signing in takes place at our ‘Playzone’ and is clearly signposted once you are within the main car park. The ‘Playzone’, which can be accessed by ‘Exit 3’, will be their base for the day and where they will eat their lunch.