Earlwood Wanderers to launch Special Needs Football Program
Earlwood Wanderers FC is launching a new special needs football program on Saturday 8 April 2016 at Hughes Park, Westfield Street, Earlwood.
The inaugural program aims to provide an opportunity for individuals and teams in Sydney who have a physical, intellectual or development disability to participate in the world game.
Earlwood's President, Lui Arcidiacano is excited at the prospect of the new program which will increase opportunities for all players to enjoy football, regardless of disability.
"This is a fantastic way for kids and adults to enjoy the beauty of football" said the President
The program curriculum has been modified and customised by former Socceroo John Doyle and will be managed by a number of certified and professional coaches.
"Encouraging young people to remain active and healthy from every spectrum of society is a base for improving society's well-being" said Doyle
Saturday 8th April 2016
Hughes Park, Westfield Street, Earlwood NSW 2206
11.30am-11.45am - Meet & Greet
11.45am - Kick Off
Juniors 5-11 years, 2 x 15 minute halves, 5 minute break at half time Youth 12-17 years 2 x 20 minute halves, 5 minute break at half time Adults Over 18s 2 x 25 minute halves, 5 minute break at half time