The children learned new skills and made new friends in a constructive environment
Two fantastic days of football were held at Bangor University Stadium on May 31 and June 1 as the half-term camp was held by Bangor City FC in The Community and Vi-Ability.
This camp, held at Nantporth, was a success with nearly 200 players engaging over the two days.
The children enjoyed two days of their school holidays, in a fun, relaxed and professional environment, providing them the opportunity to develop their footballing skills, make new friends and most importantly have fun.
Delivered by the club’ fully accredited community coaching staff these camps provide an excellent opportunity for children to enhance their skills and abilities, while having fun and engaging in constructive activity during their school break.
The morning sessions were spent working on ball skills, 1v1's and small sided games with mini-tournaments in the afternoons.
Bangor City FC Community Officer Ethan Ray said: “This was another fantastic Soccer Camp here
at Bangor City, great to have so many players keen to come along, play football and have.
“We are already looking forward to the Summer Holidays for 6 weeks of soccer camp fun.”