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April 18, 2018

May Coaching Camp 2018

in Community News by Super User
May Coaching Camp- Football Fun for Boys and Girls aimed at 5 to 13 year olds Online Week Booking £40 - Online Day Booking £12 - Turn up on the Day £15 29th May to 1st June 2018 To book, goto We now use Paypal as our payment system, please be aware you DO NOT NEED a Paypal account to pay using Paypal, just follow the instructions. Our holiday courses aim to be fun and educational and are open to boys and girls aged 5-13. Players of all abilities are welcome to attend. We offer prizes for player of the week, most improved player and for the person who follows our themed days the best. You can expect high quality coaching delivered by young local people. Goalkeeping coaching will be available every day. Arrangements can be made for an early drop off should this be more convenient for working parents. Venue: Highfield Park, Highfield Lane, St Albans, AL4 0RE Participants can come for a day, several days or the whole week The course will take place on the back sports field, please bring suitable footwear and shin pads. Also please dress appropriately for the weather (a change of clothing is also a good idea). A packed lunch will be required. 9.30 -10 Registration at the Pavilion 10-11.30 Technical session 11.30-11.45 Break 11.45-1 Skill based session 1-1.45 Lunch (weather dependent) 1.45-3 Matches/Tournament 3 Pick up promptly Price for Pre-booking: : £12 a day or £40 for a week booking. Please note You will be charged £15 if you turn up on the day without a pre-booking. We also offer an early drop-off service: £5 for a 9am drop-off To Pre-book you… Read more

Sam Merson and Sammy the Saint visit Colney Heath School

As part of the ongoing work to promote healthy and active lifestyles in the district, St Albans City co-owner, Lawrence Levy, first-team player Sam Merson and Club mascot Sammy the Saint went to Colney Heath Junior Mixed Infant school on Monday to deliver an assembly to encourage local children to eat healthily, be more active and work together.

This is one part of St Albans City and its partner, City Youth’s continuing programme to support the local community and as part of this is currently delivering multi-sports coaching to 20 schools in the district.

Speaking to the Herts Ad Saints striker Sam, whose father made 327 appearances for Arsenal, said how important it is for the club to do its best to encourage children to not be afraid to have a go at any sport and not to worry about making mistakes and getting things wrong. “I explained that the only way to learn and get better is to make mistakes” added Sam.

Colney Heath’s headmaster, Peter Rose, added “St Albans City FC came into school to talk to the whole school about participating in sport, the need for exercise and a balanced diet. It is great to have professional footballer talking to the children and sharing their experiences. The children especially enjoyed having Sammy the Lion in school”.

This Saturday sees the return of the clubs primary schools half-time penalty prize competition where Colney Heath JMI will play St Bernadette Catholic Primary. The first team opponents are Oxford City and will see many of the clubs 160 ‘Young Saints’ come down to support the team.

Should any schools wish to have an assembly or extra sports coaching, club Community Manager Phill Coates would be happy to hear from you at

This programme is part of the City Youth  / St Albans City working in the community funded by the National League Trust


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