Date(s) - 30/05/2015
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
St George's Park
We are delighted to invite you to be part of our 2015 CP Football Kick-Off Event as part of our CP Sport National Football Programme. In build up to the CP Football World Championships hosted by the FA in June and CP World Games hosted by Cerebral Palsy Sport in August, we want as many people as possible to enjoy and embrace these events, and be part of a lasting legacy.
Hosted at St Georges Park, home of the Football Association, you will have the opportunity to play football at the same place as all of the 16 countries competing in CP Football World Championships in June. On the day we will be using the Beckham pitch for ambulant CP football and Conti pitch for CP Frame Football, giving opportunities for all ages and abilities to play the beautiful game.
Bringing together local hubs of CP football, we aim to provide a positive football environment to ensure players have fun playing the game, experience the world class facilities of St Georges Park and be part of a great year of cerebral palsy sport. The event will focus on age and ability appropriate small-sided games to allow everyone to take part whether it’s their first step onto the football pitch or a regular player.
Supported and endorsed the by the FA as a development programme, CP Frame Football will make its third appearance at St Georges Park and be a fantastic opportunity for frame users across the country to play an impairment and mobility needs specific format of the game.
Both groups/teams and individuals are welcome to attend, but all players will be split into age groups of 5-11 years, 12-16 years and 16 years+, as well as playing specific formats for ambulant CP football and CP Frame Football.
For event details please see the event poster, and to book your place please complete a CP Sport ‘Registration Form’, ‘Photo Consent Form’ and return to CP Sport along with the event entry fee of £5. Please note that you must book in advance.
Event supported by:
Contact name: Sam Turner
Contact telephone: 0115 925 7027
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