WIN! Places at Norwich City Regional Development Programme’s Community Soccer Schools, based in Ely, up for grabs

PUBLISHED: 14:00 07 March 2017 | UPDATED: 14:00 07 March 2017

The Norwich City FC Regional Development Programme for Cambridgeshire is offering readers the chance to win two places at its Community Soccer School sessions at Ely College and King's Ely in April. PHOTO: Norwich City FC

The Norwich City FC Regional Development Programme for Cambridgeshire is offering readers the chance to win two places at its Community Soccer School sessions at Ely College and King's Ely in April. PHOTO: Norwich City FC

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The Norwich City FC Regional Development Programme for Cambridgeshire will be hosting its Community Soccer Schools this coming Easter in the Ely area.

The Soccer Schools cater for boys and girls of all abilities from the ages 4-12 years old, and provide children with a fun-filled day of educational sessions and games tailored for children to ‘Play the Norwich Way’.

The courses, priced at £22 (if booked four weeks before the date, £27 thereafter), will be taking place at the following venues:

King’s Ely – Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 April – 10am-3pm

Ely College – Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 April – 10am -3pm.

To celebrate Easter, the Norwich City FC RDP are giving away two free spaces at each venue, for readers that can answer the following question:

Who scored the final goal of Norwich City FC’s 2015/16 Premier League campaign?

Please send your answer to Alex Kaufman at alex.kaufman@canaries.co.uk, including your name, number and answer.

The competition closing deadline is Friday March 17.


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