Your child’s quick feet could win them an Exeter City season ticket
If your child fancies themselves as the next Jamie Cureton, why not bring them down to Princesshay on Saturday 9 March, when Exeter City’s Football in the Community team will be running a Quick Feet skills competition - and they could win themselves a season ticket!
The event, in Princesshay’s Bedford Square, will run from 11am to 3pm and the under 12 who gets the highest score on the day will win a child’s season ticket in the Stagecoach Family Stand at St James Park. There are also special offers available on the day for all season ticket purchases for next season.
“We’re really looking forward to running the session in Bedford Square,” said Jamie Vittles, Head of Community. “Children always get really into these skills events, as do their parents - we might even let some of them have a go, too!
“The Football In The Community Charitable Trust is very grateful to Princesshay for allowing us to be here to tell people about all the work we do, as well as the educational opportunities we offer.”
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The Football in the Community Charitable Trust will also have details of all their Easter holiday roadshows, which are open to girls and boys from five to 14, as well as special Star Tots events for the over-threes and a disability event. The main football focus is fun and participation through team and individual games and all courses are delivered by Exeter City’s FA-qualified coaching staff.
Parents will also be able to sign their children up for the club’s official children’s Red Army Junior Supporters’ Club, and also join the Exeter City’s Supporters’ Trust to become part of the club’s ownership as a shareholder. Representatives of the club’s City Foundation will be on hand to discuss the benefits of signing up for the scheme, which helps fund the club’s youth development schemes and Football in the Community projects.
For those who can’t get there on Saturday, there will be a second session on 23 March where another child’s season ticket can be won.