SAS FC Soccer School

St Anns and Sneinton Football Club

Community football club bringing together families and friends



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0-5 years

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SAS FC is a voluntary club that prides itself in offering inclusive, local, low cost football provision for children of St Ann’s, Sneinton, & Mapperley. There is very little on offer for children aged 3-6 in the area.

Prior to this project SAS FC catered for children aged six upwards and this project is allowing children to start playing football at the age of 3 giving SAS a USP in the area. Each year, once children reach year 2, they can then join a new under seven side which SAS are creating.  This project is enabling the provision of three Soccer School sessions each hosting up to 20 three-to- six year olds. Children can transition into the older sessions as they grow with the club. Older players can become young leaders.

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