Spurs Roadshow to come to Royston

12:11 08 May 2012

Spurs Roadshow

Spurs Roadshow


Soccer School to be held at Meridian School in June

THE Spurs Summer Roadshow is coming to Royston on Wednesday, June 6.

The day will be dedicated to a taster session for the Premier League club’s Acadamy Experience, including an inflatable zone – which is used by the Tottenham Hotspur Acadamy. The event will take place at Meridian School, between 10am and 4pm for 5-15-year-olds.

It will be run by Tottenham’s FA and Uefa-qualified football development team. Children of all abilities can take part in the games and activities, where lots of prizes will be up for grabs.

Tottenham manager, Harry Redknapp, says it is an excellent opportunity for young footballers to improve their skills in an enjoyable environment. He said: “Our roadshows will provide young people with the opportunity to play the game, learn and develop their skills with the flair, fluidity and attacking football that are the hallmarks of Spurs.”

Tickets cost £25 per player.

To book a place or for more information, call 020 8365 5049 or visit tottenhamhotspur.com/soccerschools.


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