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OFFICIAL club website of stoke city

Half-Term Courses

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STOKE CITY have lined up another action-packed programme of activities for youngster during the half-term holiday later this month.


As well as the traditional football courses across a four-day period, there are also multi-sports sessions and cricket coaching on offer.


The courses take place at seven different venues throughout the area to ensure children between the ages of seven and 14 years old can enjoy an active half-term in which they can brush up on their skills in a number of different sport.


Those venues are the Stoke City Academy Dome, Longton Rugby Club, the Fulmar Centre, James Bateman Junior High School, Sportshall for Cheadle Schools, Draycott Moor College and the Community Sports College in Chesterton.


Indeed, there are courses taking place on all four days at each of those venues, while the cricket takes place at Chesterton on the first two dates.


There is a special offer for those who book four days during half-term; they will receive three free days at the Summer Soccer Schools.


Further information and booking details can be obtained by going to May 2013 Soccer Schools, but a summary of the courses is as follows:


Stoke City Academy Dome (Football Indoors) - May 28th to 31st (9.00am-3.00pm) - Ages 5-14


Longton Rugby Club (Girls Only Football Outdoors - May 28th to 31st (9.00am-3.00pm) - Ages 5-14


The Fulmar Centre (Football Indoors) - May 28th to 31st (10.00am-3.00pm) - Ages 5-14


James Bateman Junior High School (Football Outdoors) - May 28th to 31st (10.00am-3.00pm) - Ages 5-14


Sportshall for Cheadle Schools (Multisports Indoors) - May 28th to 31st (10.00am-3.00pm) - Ages 5-14


Draycott Moor College (Multisports Indoors) - May 28th to 31st (10.00am-3.00pm) - Ages 5-14


Community Sports College, Chesterton (Goalkeepers Outdoors) - May 28th to 31st (9.00am-4.00pm) - Ages 7-14


Community Sports College, Chesterton (Cricket Outdoors) - May 28th to 29th (10.00am-3.00pm) - Ages 7-14


The Club's Community Trust team advise people to book as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

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