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Juniors Return To Reaseheath For The Final Camp Of The Year

In partnership with The DJ Sidebottom/Glasdon Charitable Programme, EAFA will be hosting the final junior camp of 2023, inviting children aged four to 18 with limb-affecting disabilities to take part.

Commencing on Saturday 23rd September, the weekend-long programme will provide an opportunity for juniors of all abilities to give amputee football a try in a safe, friendly and fun environment.

Led by dedicated and fully qualified FA-licensed coaches the sessions will give the players a chance to learn, improve and meet new people all while playing the game we all love.

Since the last camp in June, 15 of our juniors travelled to Warsaw, Poland for the European Amputee Football Federation (EAFF) Junior Camp.

This year was the sixth edition of EAFF’s flagship project seeing 70 children from 10 different countries all in attendance, led by EAFA’s very own Harry Smith, who worked alongside an experienced coaching team to plan and execute an impressive training regime.

“We aim to design challenging but enjoyable sessions, providing a fun element in the days as well as encouraging athletes to engage in everything, leading to everyone getting involved, with smiles on their faces,” Smith said.

Come and get involved this weekend to experience just what an EAFA junior programme is about and be coached by the 2023 EAFF Junior Camp head coach, Harry Smith.

For more information, please use the contact form.


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