PDP Free Trial for U7s at Portman Road
Tuesday, 25th Sep 2018 16:38
Town’s Player Development Programme (PDP) is holding a free trial night for U7s at Portman Road on Wednesday 10th October.
The trial, for boys only, will include small sided 4v4 format, fun games. Youngsters are asked to arrive by 5.30pm for a 6pm start via Entry is via Gate 1.
They must bring drink and weather-appropriate training kit, astro footwear, shin pads and any medication required.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information to register a player’s attendance: full name, date of birth, parents’ email and phone contact details, any medical information and current football club. Receipt of this will secure a place on the trial but places are limited.
Successful trialists will subsequently be offered places at the PDP’s various venues across Suffolk and Essex. Information on the PDP can be found here.
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