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Summer football at Caister

PUBLISHED: 09:38 20 April 2009 | UPDATED: 13:43 03 July 2010

A Soccer School for seven to nine year olds is being held at Caister this summer. The two day fun filled course is on Thursday, July 23 and Friday, July 24 at Allendale Road, Caister.

A Soccer School for seven to nine year olds is being held at Caister this summer. The two day fun filled course is on Thursday, July 23 and Friday, July 24 at Allendale Road, Caister.

The package includes quality coaching from CRB checked FA qualified coaches, a trophy for every child, a course t-shirt, certificate of attendance and food and drink is provided in full on both days. The course will run from 9.30 am till 3pm and costs £35 per child. For more information or to book your child's place please ring, 07947 635 247. Please be aware that places are limited so to avoid disappointment please book in advance.

Caister Adult Seven-a-Side

It's that time again and already organisers of Caister FC's fourth annual Summer Sevens tournament are getting preparations underway.

This year's popular FA affiliated tournament is being held on Sunday, July 26 and will again include quality sides from all over the region. The tournament has proven year on year to be popular with adult sides looking to kick start their pre-season campaign.

The tournament is open to any FA affiliated club willing to enter up to a maximum of two sides each. All officials will be affiliated and a wide variety of refreshment and entertainment will again be available to make this a day out for the family.

As always places are limited and will be taken quickly from now so please book in advance to avoid disappointment. Entry price is being held at £35 per team. For more information or an entry pack call Adam on 07947 635 247.


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