MH Goals is contributing nearly £1000 worth of equipment to help junior footballers make the transition to the adult game.
Norfolk FA is running a series of workshops this spring to explore the best way to bridge the gap between youth football and senior football.
Aimed at U15-17 managers, the evenings will consist of group work, networking and sharing good practice as well as an opportunity to present modern day challenges and receive support from peers and Norfolk FA staff.
We are providing four bespoke training goals as an incentive for people to sign up to these valuable workshops. Every attendee will be entered into a draw to win a goal, which are worth £210 each.
MH Goals Sales and Marketing Director Matthew Harrod said: “We have worked with Norfolk FA for many years and seen first-hand the great programmes and workshops they offer. ‘Next Step’ will greatly benefit grassroots football in the county and MH Goals is delighted to offer our support.”
Norfolk FA’s Senior Football Development Officer, Stacey Annison said: “We’re excited to be able to deliver these ‘Next Step’ workshops as we think they will have a really positive impact on those involved in Norfolk Football, in particular those that are involved in or have direct influence on this important age bracket.”
“The support that our partners MH Goals have given us with regards to these workshops is great and their contribution of nearly £1000 worth of equipment is testament to how much they appreciate the local grassroots game.”
To find out more about the Next Step Workshops and the dates they are being hosted, visit NorfolkFA.com