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January 14, 2016 by News, Salford

RFF Giving Back To The Community With Free Football Sessions in Salford!

Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday the Rio Ferdinand Foundation deliver FREE football sessions across Salford, Greater Manchester.

Each session is planned and delivered by the foundations highly experienced coach, Gary Thomas. Gary, along with his partner Elina Parker, have been engaging young people within the Salford and Greater Manchester community for over 20 years.

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Gary has coached at all levels of football including at a professional level and has coached a wide range of age groups. His knowledge of the game and vast experience has been a key factor to the success of the #RFF’s FREE football sessions.

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Wednesday’s session is dedicated to 13- 25 age range and is based at ‘The Pitch’ in Media City. These sessions run from 7pm until 9pm. This sessions is due to start up again for the new year on the 20th of January 2016 so come down and join in for free next Wednesday!

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Both Tuesday and Friday sessions are delivered at Albert Park in Broughton, Salford. Tuesdays sessions are for the over 16s and run from 9pm until 10pm, while Friday sessions are for the under 16s and are delivered from 6.30pm until 8.30pm.

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If you would like to get involved with any of the foundation’s FREE football sessions you can get in touch via telephone or email on 07894386401 or contact ben@rioferdinandfoundation.com. Alternatively, head down to one of our sessions, fill in a registration form and get involved!

We would like to say a massive thank you to The Big Lottery for making these free and inclusive football sessions possible!!!

The Rio Ferdinand Foundation strives to support young people’s personal development, using sport, creative arts and media to build confidence, raise aspirations and improve life skills. Empowering young people to become local role models, building a brighter future for themselves and for their communities.

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