Over 160 local youngsters attended LFC Foundation’s sports camps and activity workshops across Liverpool this Easter half-term.
Anfield Sports and Community Centre hosted a multi-sports camp, funded by the James Milner Foundation, which saw 75 participants from the L4, L5 and L6 areas enjoy three days of free activities including dodgeball, cricket, hockey, rugby and bubble football.
Drug and alcohol awareness workshops were also delivered as a new educational addition to the activity schedule.
Football camps for children aged four to 14 took place at Rainhill High School and Netherton Activity Centre during the second week of the holidays, where over 80 players spent three days keeping active and learning new skills and techniques.
Participants from LFC Foundation’s Premier League Kicks Football+ programme enjoyed a three-day series of workshops focusing on team building, outdoor adventure activities and healthy eating and nutrition.
The youngsters also received guidance and information on road safety, courtesy of Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service, and took part in a drug awareness course run by Young Addaction.
For more information on LFC Foundation programmes and activities, click here.