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Young football fans in Bromley can practice at this Saturday morning club

PUBLISHED: 11:52 13 July 2017

The two remain sessions are on July 15 and July 22

The two remain sessions are on July 15 and July 22

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Training takes place at within the grounds of Bromley FC

Keen footballing youngsters are being invited to the final two sessions of a Saturday morning club before it closes for the summer.

Bromley FC Academy runs the Saturday Morning Soccer Club on weekends during term-time for boys and girls aged from four to 12-yeas-old.

With the summer holidays fast-approaching, there are just two sessions left for players of all ability to practice on the 3G rubber pitches.

The final two sessions, which start at 9am for four to six-olds, 10am for seven to nine-year-olds and 11am for 10 to 12-year-olds, are on July 15 and July 22.

Kate Miller, general Manager of The Glades, which sponsors the club, encouraged parents to bring their children to the £6 per session club: “Saturday Morning Soccer Club offers a great place for children of all abilities to get involved in sport. There are just two training sessions left this summer and so it’ll be a good taster for kids who would like to give football a go, but aren’t sure if it’s for them.

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