Town’s Foundation’s summer football camps come to an end
- Five weeks of summer football camps
- First Team players visit camp attendees
- Children show support for Lionesses
Huddersfield Town Foundation’s summer football camps have come to an end after five weeks of fun!
Taking place at Leeds Road Sports Complex, with a separate camp during two weeks at St John Fisher Academy in Dewsbury, kids aged from five to 11 have enjoyed an enthralling summer of footballing fun, partaking in daily drills and activities.
From football carousels to enjoyable tournaments, camp attendees have certainly enjoyed an action-packed summer holidays and they were treated to visits from several Town First Team players.
On week four at Leeds Road, Ollie Turton and Jordan Rhodes visited the Foundation’s inclusive camps and joined in with a game of football tennis before the pair went out to greet the rest of the kids.
During the final week, Josh Koroma and Kyle Hudlin also headed down to Leeds Road to join in with several light-hearted activities with the children.
Josh Ruffels and Josh Austerfield went over to the Foundation’s camp at St John Fisher to meet the kids and conduct a question-and-answer session before being involved in a quick penalty shoot-out.
Throughout the weeks, camp attendees have been showing their support for the Lionesses with Women’s World Cup-style tournaments, showing their creative side by dressing up as different nations with homemade shirts and face paint. They were also able to cheer on the Lionesses during their semi-final victory over Australia.
The next set of camps is set to take place in October, so make sure to keep an eye out on htafcfoundation.com for when information on those is released.