Some of the free online sessions run by Brentford FC Community Sports Trust will be coming to an end later this month. The Trust has been keeping people young and old active at home for around a year with the support of others. Premier League Kicks sessions have been among the most popular and there is still two weeks to join in.
The ongoing Covid-19 outbreak means no sessions can take place in groups indoors or outdoors at present. But there are options for those who want to take part online. There are football, fitness and gymnastics sessions for boys and girls aged eight to 16. See more below.
🗣Two weeks left of our free online sessions 🤩🙌— Brentford FC CST (@BrentfordFCCST) March 14, 2021
🐝 Monday online gymnastics
🐝 Tuesday online football
🐝 Wednesday girls only football/fitness
🐝 Thursday online fitness
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The Premier League Charitable Fund creates and supports activities that inspire young people to achieve their potential and positively impact their communities. Since the charity was formed in 2010, more than 1.4 million young people have been involved in one of the programmes, festivals or community activities. These are delivered through the community arm of Premier League and English Football League clubs in England and Wales.
Brentford FC Community Sports Trust works with the PLCF on a series of projects. Premier League Kicks is a unique collaboration between 69 Premier League, English Football League and National League clubs. The nationwide initiative supports young people through weekly football, sport and personal development sessions.
The sessions form part of the Trust's reponse to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic with residents asked to stay at home. During the lengthy period of restriction in the spring and early summer, the Trust ran #BeeatHome and #BeeWell campaigns to keep everyone healthy. Keep an eye on Trust and Club channels for more activities to keep healthy and active at home.