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16 January 2016


In the lead up to the February half-term Soccer Schools, Cambridge United First Team star Luke Berry challenges participants with five skills-based Beat Bez challenges.

The Beat Bez Challenges give children aged 4-12 years the opportunity to enjoy a taste of what to expect from the Soccer Schools next month, as well as the chance to go head-to-head with one of the U’s first team players. 

Former Cambridge United captain and Community Football Manager Ian Miller is on hand to explain more in Challenge One. Check out the video below highlighting Challenge One inside to insides, and send in your attempts to Beat Bez via the Youth Development twitter account @CambridgeUYD.

For the first time in 2016, Cambridge United will roll out the Soccer Schools programme across 15 venues in the region between 15th – 19th February, with another exciting schedule set to provide fun, games and of course plenty of football for girls and boys of all abilities.

2015 proved to be a hugely successful year for the popular holiday course, with the club receiving over 8,000 bookings from children aged between 4-12 years old, who enjoyed a host of entertainment and football with the U’s Youth Development coaches.

This year is set to be no different and even more popular, as the first team visits, target goals, inflatable football pitches, technical training and much more return.

Click here to check out full schedule for the February Half-term Soccer Schools

Running from 9am – 4pm with an early drop off (8am) and late pick up (5pm) time also available, the Soccer Schools are the perfect answer for any working parent.

To book a place online click here now, or arrange a place over the phone by calling 01223 566 500 (Option 4). If you require further information head to today!

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