NNSWF & NovaCare partnering for region’s first Walking Football event

February 11th, 2019

On Wednesday 20th February, Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) and NovaCare will be holding a region-first, Walking Football event as part of Seniors Week at the Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility (LMRFF). 

The event will run from 8:30am – 10:30am and is specifically designed as a slow-paced version of the beautiful game aimed at over 50s, both male and female.

Walking Football programs are designed to help people maintain an active lifestyle; and promote participation of the beautiful game in a fun, inclusive and social environment.

The program is facilitated to provide male and female players the opportunity to continue playing or participate in football for the first time in a fun, sociable and inclusive environment.

For any enquiries for the event, please contact NovaCare directly on 1300 363 654.

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