Thurlby Tigers U7’s
If you’ve got a football mad son or daughter who’d like to try playing for a local club, then Thurlby Tigers are just what you’re looking for… a fun and inclusive football club for Year 2 children.
We only offer training sessions for U7’s players focusing on developing individual skills and slowly introducing friendly matches with all inclusive selection policy.
Training sessions are at Lawrence Park, Thurlby every Saturday morning from 9.30am to 10.30am. During poor weather, sessions are conducted either indoors or within a Multi-use games areas (MUGA), focusing on futsal skills. Matches are typically scheduled for Saturday mornings (9.30am, 10.30am or 11.30) and some of the age groups are currently split into 2 teams, Oranges and Blacks creating a little inner-club rivalry!
Meet the coach
Jake Chapman thinks coaching is much better than playing due to the difference it makes and the smiles from the group.
What others say…
“I recently completed my D of E bronze award, in part thanks to Thurlby Tigers U7s and the coach Tim Palmer. This was a great way to complete my volunteering section at a place I was welcomed from day 1. I helped coach the U7s alongside Tim as well as being given the opportunity to run training drills myself. Later in the season I was given responsibility to referee matches in mini tournaments. I really enjoyed the season with the U7s and intend to carry on helping in the new season”
Alex (D of E volunteer)
Interested in playing?
If you’re looking for a fun and inclusive football club for Year 2 children, look no further! Simply email me, I’ll be in touch to arrange coming to a training session.
Whilst there may not be space available initially to play on match days, you can still become one of our growing number of ‘training players’. For just £2 a session anyone is welcome to come along and train with the squad until a space is available.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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