Priority Football’s popular football camps return to Nailsea School this February Half Term for children aged 4-12. During the Summer Holiday over 250 children attended the camps which will run 18th-21st February.
Priority Football was founded by Nailsea resident Rob Prior in 2016 and now delivers technical football sessions to over 300 children in North Somerset every week, but it is the Holiday Camps which Rob is particularly proud of.
“To see so many local children all in one place, having fun playing football, is an amazing feeling,” said Rob, who is also an Academy coach at Bristol Rovers. “Nailsea has such a fantastic selection of football coaches and the all-weather sports facilities at Nailsea School are the perfect venue for Holiday Camps.”
Each day is divided in to three age groups full of fun and challenging games, plus there is a chance to lift the coveted Priority Football World Cup! Every child who takes part leaves with a prize and certificate to remember the experience.
An extra ‘Goalkeeping Day’ will also take place for the first time on the Thursday of Half Term. “The day is suitable for 7-12 year olds and we’ll be working on the different skills goalkeepers need with some really exciting practices which the children are unlikely to have experienced before,” said Rob. “Whether they play in goal every week or just want to try it out, this one is going to be a lot of fun!!”