Youngsters can train the Arsenal way before Christmas

PUBLISHED: 14:30 26 November 2015

Local youngsters can attend an Arsenal Soccer School event before Christmas (pic: Arsenal Soccer Schools).

Local youngsters can attend an Arsenal Soccer School event before Christmas (pic: Arsenal Soccer Schools).


Local kids have chance to attend training camp and get taught like the Gunners Academy

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger (Mike Egerton/PA Wire)Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger (Mike Egerton/PA Wire)

Local youngsters have the chance to train like Arsenal before Christmas with Brentwood school St Martin’s hosting a special event next month.

A course will run on Monday December 21 up to Wednesday December 23 with each day starting at 10am and finishing at 3pm.

It will give parents the chance to do some last minute Christmas shopping whilst knowing their children will be having some football fun.

The special course, which is designed for boys and girls aged five to 11, is based on the same techniques employed by Gunners boss Arsene Wenger to help nurture the young talent at the Emirates.

Participants don’t have to be future Premier League stars to enjoy the event with all abilities welcome and the focus on having some fun before Christmas.

Each day players will take part in warm-ups, reaction games, skills and technique training, fun games as well as matches and tournaments.

All participants will receive a player report card, an Arsenal soccer school Christmas gift as well as a medal.

There will be lots of other prizes too included the Player of the Week trophy.

To book visit and in the drop down boxes select ‘County/Essex’ and ‘Holiday course non-residential’. Find your preferred course and click more.

Then you will need to enter all the required details. The course is priced at £25 for one day, £45 for two days and £60 for all three days.

All those that attend will also be entered into a prize draw to win a match day experience at the Emirates.

For more info on Arsenal Soccer Schools, visit: or call on 01442 938 475.

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