Sydney FC and NSFA GIRLS ONLY Holiday Clinic is on Sale Now

Sydney FC and NSFA are proud to partner together to deliver their first GIRLS ONLY school holiday clinic in the upcoming Spring school holiday period AND as a special early bird promotion, all clinic participants who register by Thursday 7 September will go into the draw to win a signed Sydney FC jersey PLUS an exclusive experience at Sydney FC’s first A-League home game on Sunday 15 October 2017.

The continual growth of Women’s football and the success of the Matildas should not be underestimated, with a record number of girls enjoying playing football on a regular basis. The Sydney FC and NSFA combined holiday clinic is a great opportunity for girls of all abilities to continue having fun and developing their skills and love of football in a friendly environment during the school holidays and in the lead up to the new W-League season that kicks off at the end of October. The clinics are led by ex-Socceroo and Sydney FC player Paul Reid with assistance from their enthusiastic and experienced coaching staff. The vision for the clinics is:

“To provide an environment that builds confidence and encourages girls of all abilities to have fun playing football. We will promote the importance of respect and teamwork, whilst focusing on developing and improving their individual skills such as Striking the Ball, First Touch, 1 v 1 and Running/Dribbling with the Ball.”

Details of the first ever combined Sydney FC and NSFA girls only clinic are below:

Sydney FC and NSFA Holiday Clinic at Lindfield

Location: Charles Bean Oval, Eton Rd, Lindfield

Date: Tuesday 3 October to Thursday 5 October 2017

Time: 9am-3pm

Age Group: 8-15 year old GIRLS ONLY

Price: $295 (sibling discounts available)

Inclusions: Sydney FC training shirt, shorts, socks and hat

For further details and to register your daughter visit https://my.sydneyfc.com




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