Fun football, anytime

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has announced that Telstra Football Anytime (TFA) is coming to Lismore from February 22. The national program for boys and girls aged five to 12 years will be held on Richards Oval, Rec 12, each Thursday evening from February 22 to March 29 from 5.30pm to 6.45pm.

Coordinated by Lismore Workers Football Club and using accredited TFA coaches the program will encourage children to experience football in a light and enjoyable way.

TFA is an ideal introduction to football as it is game-centred and encourages children to play the game anywhere, anytime and with anyone. The program also allows parents to become actively involved in the delivery of the sessions and support their children as they experience the fun and excitement of playing football.

For a fee of $66, children participate in the six-session program and receive a kit of equipment that enables them to participate in football beyond the formal conclusion of the program.

The kit includes a football, an equipment bag and a drink bottle.

Registration for the program closes on Thursday, February 15.

For enquiries phone Wayne Marchant on 0427 874 568.

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