The football sessions are available to all young people and provide opportunities to gain qualifications, volunteering experiences and much more.BCFC
The Premier League Kicks Project is a national flagship community programme which uses the power of football to engage and inspire young people in some of the UK’s most hard-to-reach areas.
After starting in 2006, PL Kicks has not only helped to transform the lives of thousands of young people through sports participation, but also significantly reduced the level of anti-social behaviour in programme areas.
Birmingham City Community Trust provide regular Kicks activities for young people aged 8-19 living across the city.
The football sessions are available to all young people and provide opportunities to gain qualifications, volunteering experiences and much more.
Kicks is taking place in locations across Birmingham so there’s a range of opportunities for young people living in the city to get involved, take part and be inspired.
Rockwood Academy B8 3HG – Mondays 4.30-6pm (Ages 11-16)
Small Heath Wellbeing Centre B10 9RX – Tuesdays 6-7pm (Ages 8-12)
Moseley School Health & Fitness Centre B13 4LR – Thursdays 6-8pm (Ages 16-21) and Fridays 5-7pm (Ages 11-16)
King Edward VI Balaam Wood Academy B45 0EU – Fridays 5pm-6.30pm (Ages 11-16)
Kicks is free to attend!
Are you aged between 11-21?
All you have to do is turn up at a session, fill in a consent form, and you can get playing right away. Kicks sessions will run during term time only.
For more information please contact Chantel at firstname.lastname@example.org.