Round ball enthusiasts are invited to join a special clinic to be held at the Southern Cross University’s Coffs Harbour Outdoor & Indoor Facility on Saturday 12 December.
Any girls or boys aged between 8 and 14 can sign up for four hours of action-packed activities. It includes the use of the Soccer Genius program which provides footballers and coaches with individual benchmarks and comparative measurements of key attributes, aimed to assist development and improvement.
According to Roar Community Manger, Jason Buchanan, the club is thrilled to be bringing the Roar Active Program to Coffs Harbour.
“This is a terrific opportunity for young footballers, as well as kids looking to get involved in football, in the Far North Coast region to learn new skills, make new friends and simply have fun,” Jason Buchanan said.
“Who knows, the clinic may inspire young players to go on and become A-league players.”
The University’s Coffs Harbour campus coordinator Nick Simmons, believes hosting the clinic is a great way to kick off the school holidays.
“It builds on the Southern Cross University’s broad range of local and international collaborations with leading sports organisations,” Mr Simmons said.
“Coffs Harbour has developed a reputation for hosting major sports events and training clinics. This circumstance creates a unique opportunity for Southern Cross University to integrate its world class expertise in Sport and Exercise Science.”
The price for the clinic is $99 and details of how to register can be found here.