With today’s return of grassroots sport, as some Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, Walsall FC Community Programme’s activities begin returning to the stadium.
Saturday Club morning sessions are back this weekend (Saturday 3rd April), with eight days of Soccer Schools back at the stadium during the two-week Easter holidays.
Walsall FCCP’s Player Development Centres and Post 16 Football & Education are also back, with training resuming this week.
The community health initiatives ‘Beat the Block’ (Wednesday 7th April) and Walking Football (Friday 9th April) will restart next week
WFCCP’s remaining sessions, including FIT SADDLERS and Premier League Kicks will return in the weeks following Easter, as the scheme builds back to full capacity.
All sessions will continue to run with Covid-19 measures in place, including sanitiser stations, one-way systems and temperature checks, while participant numbers will be limited for the foreseeable future.
Community Director, Adam Davy, said: “We’re really pleased to be opening up our activities again after the period away.
“Our staff have already been working hard delivering sessions in our Partner Schools since March 8th, and we’re glad to bring back more of our activities based at the stadium.
“We’re sure everyone is looking forward to returning to sport as much as we are, and we can’t wait to see people on our activities again.”
To enquire about booking on Walsall FCCP activities please contact email@example.com, or head to walsallfccp.co.uk for more information on all of our community activities.