To ensure safe football lessons and games can continue.
Safe football coaching sessions for individuals took place and young adults and children from the local area benefitted from this.
The funding was used to purchase suitable items such as, PPE, nets and other equipment that let them play appropriately while following COVID guidelines.
There was up to 100 participants each week for the 12 weeks of the project, all aged between 8-17. This ran between the months of June and September.
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Football Unites Racism Divides Educational Trust
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