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14/06/2021

Get fit and have fun at Cirencester Arena

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Get fit and have fun! That’s the healthy message that the Cirencester Arena is promoting to kids and adults with the launch of its state-of-the-art new surface.

As part of the official launch, which takes place on Monday 8th October, kids are invited to come and join in with coaching sessions run by Swindon Town, Cheltenham Town and Cirencester Town players and adults are invited to bring a team to play a taster game of five a side football – all absolutely free!

Kids just need to turn up at either 15:30 or 16:30 for their coaching session and there is no need to book. Adults need to book in for a session in the evening and can play any time between 18:00 and 22:00.

Explaining the benefits of the surface, Chairman Steve Abbley said: “The new surface is one of only a few of its kind in the UK, usually reserved only for the likes of Chelsea FC, and I’m really looking forward to seeing the people of Cirencester make use of such a fantastic facility on their doorstep.”

Timetable
• 15:00 Official opening, press launch, interviews and photo opportunities
• 15:30 Kids coaching session 1
• 16:30 Kids coaching session 2
• 18:00 Adult taster matches start

Contact details
• www.cirencesterarena.co.uk
• [email protected]
• 01285 654543

Source: Cirencester Football Club

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