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Football4All Come & Try Days – Arnett’s FC

December 3rd, 2019

On Sunday, 2nd February & Sunday, 9th February New Lambton FC will be hosting their Come & Try Days for Arnett’s FC

Arnett’s FC specifically caters for young boys and girls who live with special needs or a disability. The program provides players and families with a supportive and inclusive environment – allowing every player the chance to enjoy playing football in 2020, which will be Arnett’s FC’s fourth season and their biggest to date.

The program caters for boys and girls, aged 6-18 years and all levels of special needs and disabilities; games are played on smaller fields with smaller teams, so that every player has an active part to play.

It is essential that every potential player that is interested in joining Arnett’s FC attends these Come & Try Days – there will be specialist coaches at the sessions that will be assessing each player to find the team best suited to them. Teams are created based upon a variety of factors as opposed to just age groups, so all individuals are able to work well together and enjoy their football.

Trial Details:

Sunday, 2nd February & Sunday, 9th February

Regent Park, New Lambton

10:00am – 11:00am

To register for the Come & Try Days please email arnettsfc@gmail.com

For more information contact Mark Midson on 0419 517 225 OR check the Arnetts FC Facebook Page

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