The ESFA share yet more fantastic content of coaches, players and team managers – highlighting how some of the “Benefits of Schools’ Football” have impacted on their lives
The ESFA have today posted another five videos relating to their “15 Benefits of Schools’ Football’ campaign, which is running throughout the summer.
This week, the posts feature videos from pupils that attend Hazel Grove High School in Stockport, Headlands School in East Riding, John Spence High School in North Shields and National CofE Academy in Nottingham, all giving their views on topics such as the importance of teamwork and respect. There are also videos from PE Teachers/Football Coaches from schools in Kent and Berkshire, discussing how important Schools’ Football is to them in their schools and the impact it can have on their pupils there.
The “15 Benefits of Schools’ Football” campaign is a fantastic way to lead into the 2020/21 schools’ football season, which the ESFA are hopeful will begin in November 2020. Having the opportunity to share valuable contributions from those that the ESFA continue to work hard to produce footballing opportunities for, is a true reminder of how important the Association and its competitions is within and across England.
The campaign will continue on 19 August, with the final five benefits being discussed and showcased. The ESFA are also keen to share an inspirational story about England U18 squad member, Taylor Haddow and how playing schools’ football has helped him to manage his stress and anxiety – which will be shared via social channels and the website over the coming weeks.
For further information or to share your thoughts on the ESFA’s 15 Benefits, please head over to our social channels (@SchoolsFootball on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook) and YouTube channel, ESFA TV, to leave your comments and feedback.
The National Governing Body for Schools’ Football in England.