Football camp hailed a success

PUBLISHED: 16:30 04 June 2015

Brentwood played host to a UK Football camp during half-term

Brentwood played host to a UK Football camp during half-term


Brentwood youngsters impress coaching team

Budding football stars from all over Brentwood took part in a UK Football Camps spring half-term camp.

The latest football skills and techniques were put into practice and the professional FA coaching team were amazed with the local talent on display.

All who attended not only had great fun on the field, but also off it, with ‘Fifa 15 tournaments’, ‘Nerf challenges’, ‘Mario-Kart races’, ‘Giant Jenga knockdown’ and of course ‘UKFC’s Got Talent’ to name just a few.

Trophies, certificates, free gifts and competition prizes were handed out throughout the week, with every child leaving happy and fulfilled from each day’s activities.

Head of the Youth Development Programme Robin Lynn commented on another UK Football Camps triumph in Brentwood, saying: “We knew this would be a great camp and to have over 100 local children attend made it a fantastic event and we will continue to make sport more accessible for local youth in the community.

“I’m confident that the FA coaching team have once again delivered a top camp. We’ve ensured that every child has not only taken something away with them that will shape their future, but most importantly have had fun and made new friends, which is what youth sport should all be about.”

Whether your child is the next David Beckham, or has never even kicked a ball before, UK Football Camps would love to hear from you if interested in their summer camps programme.

Registrations have begun – no deposit required – and if interested visit or call 01277 375155 for more details.

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