Sydney FC’s School Holiday Clinics are back for the summer holidays with the Sky Blues set to host a massive seven clinics at five different locations across Sydney over December and January.
Whether it’s at Macquarie University, Cranbrook Junior School, Matraville, Rockdale or Chiswick, it’s an ideal opportunity to experience one of our fun and memorable holiday clinics where participants will hone their footballing skills and also meet Sydney FC players.
Matraville Sports High School will play host to a Sydney FC holiday clinic for the very first time with the clinics also shaping up as a prime Christmas present with Cranbrook Junior School hosting our first clinic before Christmas in the week commencing 14 December.
Former Socceroo and Sydney FC Community Football Manager Paul Reid who oversees the clinics said he always looks forward to this time of the year.
“I’m really excited about the seven clinics to be held in the upcoming school holiday period,” Reid said.
“The summer holiday clinics are a popular time of the year and it is always great to see the extra confidence the kids have in their own ability after the three days.
“We always encourage the coaches to create a fun and enjoyable atmosphere at the clinics where the kids not only develop their skills and love of football, but they go away with a smile on their face.”
Our clinics are for boys and girls of all abilities and include a Puma training shirt, shorts and socks, Puma ball, opportunity to meet some of the Sydney FC Hyundai A-League players, a ticket to the Round 17 A-League game against Brisbane Roar, plus a FREE Junior Blues Membership for the Hyundai A-League 2015/16 season (12 years and under).
Participants at the Macquarie University clinics will also receive an exclusive signing session with the entire Hyundai A-League squad.
For more details and to register for one of Sydney FC’s exciting Summer School Holiday Clinics click here.
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