Sky Blues in the Community are to run a comprehensive programme of activities during the schools summer holidays
SBITC are running football fun World Cup Camps, designed for children aged 5-12 of all sporting abilities, and take place at various locations in Coventry and Warwickshire from the 22nd July through to the 30th August
Activities run between 9am and 4pm every day (with half day bookings available).
Camps take place in Coventry at the Alan Higgs Centre, Bablake Astroturf and President Kennedy School throughout the summer.
Two courses will be running in Warwick (at St Nicholas Park Leisure Centre), and Nuneaton’s Higham Lane School will host three camps.
The World Cup themed holiday camps allow young players to play in teams representing top international football countries over the period of the course.
Prizes are also awarded, including top goal scorer, clean sheets, MVP and fair play awards.
Full-day and half-day booking options are available, and you can book either single or multiple days.
Every individual that attends a full course will receive a voucher for one adult and one child to watch a Coventry City home League One fixture – as well as getting one free day on the next full course you sign up to.
For more information on dates and times about the summer World Cup Camps, please click http://www.ccfc.co.uk/cms_images/whitsum-dates144-804693.jpg
To book a place on any of the courses, please contact the Sky Blues in the Community Office Monday to Friday (9am to 5pm) on 02476 786349.
Source: Coventry MAD