Camps designed to improve individuals' football skillsFleetwood Town Community Trust’s performance camps began at Fuse Football this week with a number of local youngsters in attendance.
The camps are designed to improve individuals’ football skills, while also working on technical development with the Club’s professional coaches.
Centre facilties manager for Fuse, Mick Horsfall said: “This kids have just broken up from school and we had our first week with them this week.
“We’ve had a number of kids in from the local area this week and it’s been really successful.
“A lot of the kids we've got have been before so they've come back for more, so the good thing now is that they can train themselves alongside the first team.
“These camps are a chance for kids to improve their individual technique and we work on tactics too once they can perform at the right level.
“Our academy staff take them and they’re trying to develop them as individuals as much as team players to start with.
“We’ve got progression now so any kids that do come on the camps then there is that opportunity of putting themselves in the shop window on our pathway.”
Girls’ performance camps will begin at Fuse Football next week, with Monday and Tuesday’s sessions completely free of charge.