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Football Camp returns next week

20 July 2017

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English football has shone on an international stage this summer with the men’s U20s side lifting the World Cup and the U19s being crowned European Championship winners.

The English women’s senior team will now take centre stage for Euro 2017 in the Netherlands as football remains the hot topic in this country.

Blackburn Rovers Community Trust will be capitalising on this sense of excitement and from Monday 24th July to Friday 1st September, the annual summer Football Camp will be held for boys and girls, aged five to 11, just in time for the school summer holidays. And at just £12 per day, £40 four for days or £50 for five days (when booking a full four or five day week), it is a real bargain.

From 9am to 3pm (registration from 8.30am), budding young footballers can learn and develop their skills in a safe and friendly environment at the Indoor Centre at Ewood Park, hosted by our highly qualified and CRB-checked community coaches.

But that is not all, as the club’s popular mascot, Rover the Dog, will be making guest appearances throughout the six week period, plus visits from Tony Mowbray’s first team stars, subject to availability.

Martin Winters, Blackburn Rovers Community Trust’s senior business administrative officer encourages people to sign up now before the camps are sold out.

He said: “There is less than week left before the first camp begins on Monday 24 July and the take up so far has been fantastic.

“We still have a handful of places remaining so I advise people to sign up now to avoid any disappointment because the Football Camp is a great way for children to spend their summer holidays.”



After the Football Camp finishes, the After Camp sessions will be on from 3pm to 5pm at only £3 per session. The After Camp activities include arts, watching films and playing game consoles.

For more information, please contact Martin Winters via 01254 508256 or

All our staff adhere to Blackburn Rovers Community Trust and Blackburn Rovers FC Safeguarding Policy.

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