Kids in Tasmania will have the experience of playing on the exact same turf as Aleksandar Prijovic, Chloe Logarzo and all of the Western United stars with The United Football Program (TUFP).
TUFP is running a school holiday clinic in the lead up to Western United’s huge A-Leagues double header at North Hobart Oval.
On Wednesday January 18 and Thursday January 19, kids can learn the Western United way from licenced coaches, meet new friends and improve their football skills.
The program has so far worked with a host of clubs in Victoria and in Tasmania, spreading the Green and Black throughout the community and providing young players with the best opportunity to learn and play in an enjoyable and engaging environment.
Registration fees are just $129 for the entire camp and a special TUFP kit costs an extra $50, including a shirt and shorts that each participant can keep after the clinic.
The clinic fee also includes a Western United membership for each participant so they can support Western United in A-Leagues action.
The United Football Program believes that local clubs are the heartbeat of football in Australia and is dedicated to supporting clubs by providing practical and financial support to run entertaining football training camps for their players.
Boys and girls of all abilities from the age of six up to 16 are welcome and encouraged to participate in the action over the two days.
Registrations for the holiday clinic are open to the first 100 participants or until 6pm AEDT on Friday January 13.
Register now and take to the North Hobart Oval turf before the Western United stars do the same days later to put on a show for the Tasmanian audience.
The double header kicks off at 2:20pm on the Saturday when Mark Torcaso’s Liberty A-League Women side takes on Brisbane Roar before an Isuzu UTE A-League Men meeting between John Aloisi’s United and Sydney FC at 5:00pm.
Kids aged 16 and under that are registered football participants in the community can register for the Liberty Pass for free access to both matches in the double header.