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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 www.cityyouthfc.co.uk/book 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

Annual Coaches Charity Match 2018

On Wednesday 11th April, following another successful day at the clubs Easter coaching camp, a range of coaches from City Youth came together to play an in-house match! Young coaches, parent managers, disability section, senior and ladies section coaches all came together to form two teams & attempt to use all that coaching knowledge to tactically outwit each other…

 

One side was managed by Bradley Bennett, a senior coach at the club for over 4 years now. The other by Tom Johnson, a product of the young coaches scheme who has been involved with the club for almost 3 years.

 

Teams were bolstered with ‘experience’ from the likes of U14s manager Jason Illingworth and U11s manager Ian Morgan. We even had Ben Killner taking a few pictures  for the City Youth archive!

 

In a thrilling display of end to end football Tom Johnsons side took a 2-0 lead, only for Brad Bennetts side to claw it back to 3-2 before a final goal being scored in the last few minutes to make a 3-3 draw resulting in the decision of the match to go down to penalties with Brad Bennetts side coming out on top.

The coaches made a charitable donation to play in the game, totaling to over £50 which will be forwarded to the club and donated to a chosen charity at the end of the season.

The club hopes this to become an annual event, bringing a range of coaches together, offering them a chance to show of some skills and aid the club in charitable donations. Top coaches through ought the season will be selected to manage & pick the two sides.

 

Report: Laurence Wilson

Pictures: Ben Killner

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