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Girls Saturday Morning Soccer School is back!

NOTE THAT DURING THE NOVEMBER LOCKDOWN, NO SESSIONS ARE TAKING PLACE.

Having successfully run our Summer Soccer Camp with safety restrictions and limited numbers in place, we are delighted to re-launch our Saturday Morning Soccer School.

A full walk-through and explanation of safety systems in place will be emailed directly to all parents/carers prior to the sessions.

WHEN COMPLETING THE BOOKING PLEASE NOTE ‘TICKET BUYER’ IS THE PARENT / GUARDIAN – PLEASE THEN ENTER YOUR CHILD’S / THE PARTICIPANT’S NAME FOR THE ‘TICKET’ IN THE AGE GROUP SELECTED AND INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS. IN THE EVENT OF ANY ISSUES, PLEASE CONTACT US 020 8460 5291 OR EMAIL soccerschool@bromleyfc.co.uk

CLICK HERE TO BOOK INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS->

Safety measures:

Please note that the below safety measures will be in place for your visit:

– Only one parent/carer per child will be permitted entry.

– A one way system will be in place

– There will be a designated spectator area.

– Do not arrive more than 15 minutes before the start of your session.

– Parents/Children showing symptoms of COVID must NOT attend.

– Temperature checks will be undertaken on arrival.

– Late entry will not be permitted.

What do we offer?

The Saturday Morning Soccer School offers football coaching for boys and girls aged 4 to 13 and introduces them to the beautiful game on our state-of-the-art FIFA Quality Pro pitch located inside the stadium of Vanarama National League side Bromley Football Club or our revolutionary FA certified 3G training pitches.

Where and when does it take place?

The Saturday Morning Soccer School takes place on our brand new super safe, child friendly FIFA Quality Pro 3G pitch, located inside the stadium, or the fantastic 3G training pitches located behind the stadium! Address: Bromley Football Club – The Stadium, Hayes Lane, Bromley, Kent BR2 9EF

Will there be refreshments available?

A range of refreshments will be available from our outdoor ‘Ravens Nest’ food outlet.

What does my child need?

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! Astroturf boots or football boots are recommended but NO METAL STUDS will be allowed.  Flat sole trainers are also not allowed. Shin pads also preferable.

What happens if it is raining?

With one of the best all weather FIFA Quality 3G pitches in the UK we’ve had one session cancelled in our 8 years of operation and that was due to a mountain of snow! Rain or shine we’ll be running and open as usual!

How much does it cost / How do I book / Where do I sign in?

The sessions cost £7 each, or term passes are available for £80, which saves you £23! Parents MUST book in advance – no walk up bookings are currently available due to COVID restrictions. Participants can join the Soccer School at any time during the term, so don’t be too shy to give us a call if you have any questions or would like to sign up – 020 8460 5291 or email soccerschool@bromleyfc.co.uk – Address: Bromley Football Club – The Stadium, Hayes Lane, Bromley, Kent BR2 9EF

Remaining term dates (subject to November lockdown ending on 2nd December)

  • Saturday 5th December
  • Saturday 12th December
  • Saturday 19th December
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