Supported by Stockport Youth Justice and Targeted Youth Support, over 45 children aged 10 to 13 attended the event, for a day of sports and educational workshop activities, staffed by community outreach coaches and 93:20 volunteers.
While a 5-a-side football tournament between two teams from each club foundation formed a significant part of the day, there was also a boxing activity focusing on fitness and hand-eye coordination, as well as a pitch side workshop from Trailblazers.
The Trailblazers project, backed by the Premier League Charitable Fund, aims to celebrate the rich diversity of players in British football through interactive workshops with Kicks and Inspires groups of young people, to discover more about football players and cultural figures from diverse cultural backgrounds.
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