Foundation to host programmes across Leeds
The Leeds United Foundation are launching their Skills Centre programme in January to help young people throughout Leeds develop their football skills.
The new programme is suitable for all ages but will especially be beneficial for players aged 5-14 years. The centres will focus on individual skills and there will be four main areas for development, including ball control, movement, passing and receiving and attacking and defending.
All the coaches delivering the sessions are FA qualified and DBS checked, they will encourage the youngsters to learn new skills and be creative, improve their confidence, work hard, respect each other and most importantly have fun.
The players will be working on a set scheme of work, which includes how to play “The Leeds Way”.
There will be four different centres at various venues across Yorkshire and block 3 to start in January 2023;
Monday, 6-7pm – King James High School (HG5 8EB)
Monday, 5-6pm – Horsforth Leeds Trinity (LS18 5HD)
Tuesday, 6-7pm – Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (WF1 3JZ)
Thursday, 5-6pm – West Riding County FA (LS26 8NX)
More information please contact Andy.Wort@leedsunited.com