Arsenal Soccer Schools are running two residential courses this summer in the UK.

These programmes give children the chance to learn to play the ‘Arsenal Way’, in a football intensive environment. The programmes run from Sunday afternoon through to Friday afternoon and include five nights full board accommodation with evening activities included. Programmes are open to boys aged 9-15, and girls aged 9-12.

The sessions consist of technical and tactical player development, nutritional advice to increase fitness levels and small-sided matches in tournaments.

To ensure that every child who attends progresses during their time on the programme the coaches will spend an initial period assessing and evaluating their performance to ensure that they are grouped with children of a similar level and age.

Our aim is that all children leave the programme with greater knowledge of the game and technical skills.

During the week the group will visit Emirates Stadium for a behind-the-scenes tour where they will see all the areas which are crucial to the team on a matchday - from a walk down the players' tunnel to taking a seat in the first team dressing room and in the dug-out.

What’s included:
• Full board accommodation for five nights
• Five days of intensive football training
• Use of state-of-the-art training equipment
• Arsenal Soccer School kit (shirt, short and socks)
• Behind the scenes visit to Emirates Stadium
• Exclusive Arsenal Soccer Schools gifts

Sparsholt College, Winchester, Hampshire SO21 2NF Sunday, August 3 – Friday, August 8, 2014

Sparsholt College
Sparsholt College

Ardingly College, Ardingly, West Sussex RH17 6SQ: (insert image) Sunday, August 17 – Friday, August 22, 2014
Ardingly College
Ardingly College

With limited space available click here to book your place now!

For more course information please visit www.playthearsenalway.comor alternatively call 020 7619 5000.

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21 May 2014