CITC’s Soccer Schools provide the perfect place for young footballers to practice their skills in a fun and safe environment.
The courses run every school holiday, from 9:30am – 2:30pm for boys and girls age 6-14.
Participants must wear football kits, trainers and bring along waterproof clothing, warm clothing and a packed lunch. The course should be paid for in advance.
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Premier League 4 Sport
City in the Community has launched an exciting new project as part of the build up to the 2012 Olympic Games.
Supported by the Youth Sports Trust, Sport England and the Premier League, CITC has linked up with sports clubs and schools in the local area in order to introduce young people to new Olympic sports. The project offers free badminton, judo, table tennis and volleyball lessons for boys and girls aged 11 to 16. Click here to watch the video of the launch event and see what the project is about.
Premier League 4 Sport aims to get children from all backgrounds involved in non-traditional, club-based sport. The initiative will help the Government's ambition to offer young people five hours of sport a week, and address the drop-off in sports participation after secondary school.
If you would like to get involved, click here for more information
For more information about Premier League 4 Sport contact Anthony Savage on 0161 438 7711 or e-mail:
One City Disability Project
CITC run one of the country’s largest and most successful disabled football programmes for adults and young people, offering a range of services.
If you are older than 8 years of age you can join us for our free training sessions at the following times:
Active Lifestyle Centre, Denmark Road, Hulme
Manchester Tennis & Football Centre, Etihad Campus, Gate 2, Alan Turing Way, Manchester , M11 3FF
In 2006 Manchester City Stars Football Club was established, to provide more opportunity for people with disabilities to get involved with football. We now have U16, Adult and hearing-impaired teams that represent the club in the Greater Manchester Ability Counts league, in friendlies and at tournaments.
These schemes are supported by the Premier League/PFA Community Fund and Manchester City Council.
If you would like to get involved, or just find out a bit about what we do, please contact us using the info in the right hand column.