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OFFICIAL club website of stoke city

Stoke City Help Youngsters Get Their Kicks

STOKE CITY have been providing opportunities for young people in the local area to play sport while giving back to their communities through volunteering.

The Club's Community Trust is operating the 'Kicks' project across five areas in the city of Stoke-on-Trent - Bentilee, Blurton, Meir, Shelton and Normacot - to help youngsters become a positive influence on their surroundings in a fun and inviting way.

Football, boxing and female fitness clubs are just some of the sessions being run at times and in places which suit the young people they're intended for.

A video of one Kicks' recent World Cup tournament is available to watch below...

Video by Shane Ryan

For more information on Kicks and for times & venues around Stoke-on-Trent, click HERE.

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