Street Soccer Scotland is adding a brand new free football session to its network programme, set to take place at New Voluntary Park in Ayr.
Taking place every Monday from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm, Street Soccer are partnering with the community arm of West of Scotland side Whitletts Victoria to deliver a drop-in session for players across the town.
Street Soccer Scotland is committed to using football as a catalyst for positive change in communities across the country. Believing in the power of the sport, the drop-in session focuses on creating positive pathways for players with support both on and off the pitch.
The new football session at New Voluntary Park is a welcome addition to Street Soccer Scotland’s existing initiatives, expanding the reach of its programmes and providing even more opportunities for individuals to engage with the sport. The network programme, which was launched by National Network Manager Stuart Lovell in 2021, has brought free football programmes to Fife, Motherwell, Livingston, Hamilton and Oban, with many more locations planned for 2024.
The weekly session is open to individuals of all ages and skill levels. Whether you’re a seasoned player or just looking to have some fun on the field, we welcome everyone to join in and be a part of this inclusive and supportive community.
Street Soccer Scotland Founder and CEO, David Duke, expressed his excitement about the new session, saying, “We are delighted to bring our free football sessions to Ayr and provide a welcoming space for individuals to come together, play the beautiful game, and enjoy the many benefits that football can bring. Our goal is to create positive change in communities, and this expansion is a significant step in that direction.”
The session will kick off on Monday15th January and for more information about Street Soccer Scotland and the new football session in Ayr, please visit streetsoccerscotland.org or contact Andrew Wallace, Network Coordinator for Ayrshire at [email protected]