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Chelsea Soccer School - Mini Kickers @ Battersea Park

Soccer Schools – Learn the skills of the game in a fun, safe environment.

Soccer Schools are for boys and girls of all abilities aged 4 - 5.

Courses are:

  • Fun educational sessions to enhance natural development and improve skill and technique
  • Small sided games and mini tournaments to encourage team play
  • Supervision throughout the day including lunch and toilet breaks
  • Chelsea Football Club gift and certificate with the opportunities of winning individual trophies
  • Our FA qualified coaches are CRB checked and hold current certificates in Emergency Aid and Safeguarding Children
  • All participants are entered into a prize draw with the opportunity to win match tickets.

You can book online at the website below, or contact them and they can send a booking form to you via email or in the post.

Please bring:

  • Training Kit (suitable to weather conditions and playing surface)
  • Warm waterproof clothing/jacket and towel in the event of inclement weather
  • Shin Pads (must be worn) and goalkeeper gloves (if applicable)
  • Sun hat/sun block (please note we cannot administer sun block)
  • Medication – Inhalers etc (please note we cannot administer medication)
  • Packed lunch (with the exception of mini kickers) and plenty of non-fizzy drinks

Please visit the website for more details.


**Coronavirus information**

Please see the COVID-19 processes and procedures on their website which can be found here: www.chelseasoccerschools.co.uk/soccerschools/parent-hub 

Who to contact

Telephone
E-mail
community.enquiries@chelseafc.com
Website
www.chelseasoccerschools.co.uk

Where to go

Address
Battersea Park
Prince of Wales Drive
Battersea
London
Postcode
SW11 4NU
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Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday 26th - Friday 30th October 2020
Time of day
Afternoon
Morning
Session Information
9:15am - 12:15pm
1:15pm - 4:15pm

Costs

Details
£75 for the morning for the week.
£75 for the afternoon for the week.

Last updated: 20 Oct 2020

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