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February 09 2012

‘My son has been with active soccer for 9 months in the under 7’s and thoroughly enjoys the sessions.  Active soccer continue to built his confidence in the sport and the training sessions are great for building the children's’ football skills, developing teamwork and encouraging sportsmanship.  The coach is very patient and extremely well liked amongst the children’.

 

Tara Duce

 

Just wanted to say how much Joel loves playing football on a Saturday morning.  He really looks forward to it and especially likes the  warm up game, 'lightning'.

You are doing a great job!  Thanks.

Jacqui Ramm

September 23 2011

Saturday Morning, Barton Road. 9.30 - 10.30am 4 - 7 year olds.

Monday night, Girls only at Lancaster and Morecambe College. 7 - 14 year olds. 6pm - 7pm

Friday Night, Girls only Football at Lancaster and Morecambe College 7 - 14 year olds. 6pm - 7pm

Saturday morning at St. Lukes, coming soon.

February 09 2011

What a fantastic way to start Active Soccer in Lancaster! A dry and sunny, but cold Thursday afternoon at the University of Cumbria saw Moorside Primary, St. Luke’s and Bowerham battle it out to be crowned the Active Soccer Cup Champions.

The whole tournament was a complete success, with some amazing play from all three teams. The results where really close in many fixtures, especially a fantastic result by Skerton St Luke’s, being 2-0 down very early on but coming back to win 3 – 2 with almost the last kick of the game! This game showed real character and team work to fight back in this game.

As the matches between two of the teams where going on, the technique being displayed at the inflatable’s was unbelievable! The prizes been given away must have been a real inspiration to so many young guys and girls! Those free socks where flying!

After two rounds of games and all the results where in, we had a winning school, coming in with a fantastic 11 points, Moorside Primary School where crowned champions of the Lancaster Active Cup. The captain of the school team showed great leadership skills throughout the tournament, scoring goals and saving them when between the posts. The emphasis on team spirit and team play was the key to their success throughout the tournament.

A massive thank you is required to all the schools that took part in the event, especially the children who gave it their all, all afternoon. It was brilliant to see such effort, athleticism and passion in every game. There was also a great sportsmanship between the teams which is always good to see.

I would also like to thank the teachers and parents who made this possible, especially with transporting the children and the support shown on the sidelines throughout the afternoon.


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