SUMMER HOLIDAYS - PRO COACHING DAYS
For 12-19 Year Olds Wednesday 1st August from 10am – 4pm
For 6-11 Year Olds
Wednesday 8th August from 10am-4pm
Steel Park, Corby Town FC
Ian Sampson (ex-Northampton Town & current Corby Town Manager) and Danny Nicholls (FootballCV Head Coach)
A fantastic opportunity to learn new skills through innovative coaching drills on the stadium pitch at Steel Park, Corby
The day will consist of a 2 hour session in the morning and a 2 hour session in the afternoon. Please note players will need to bring their own refreshments and packed lunch.
Ian Sampson, the current Corby Town Manager who famously led Northampton Town to a dramatic cup win at Liverpool two seasons ago, will be running the sessions with our Head Coach, Danny Nicholls.
The cost for 12-19 year olds is £25 and for 6-11 year olds £20.
Places are limited so early booking is highly recommended.
Please note the day is for outfield players only.
All bookings can be made online at www.footballcv.com or by telephoning the office on 01933 420000
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