To celebrate the opening of a new multi-sports centre in Feltham children of all ages are invited to a free festival of football.
Hosts Lucozade Powerleague will open up its pitches on Nallhead Road, where horses once grazed the fields, to players who want to learn tips and tricks from professional freestyle footballer and five times world record holder Daniel Cutting aka DC Freestyle.
One of his world record attempts was bouncing a football on his lips, which he did at Goals 5-a-side Soccer Centre in Gillette Corner, Isleworth.
For those who fancy trying out an alternative to ‘normal’ football can have a go at bubble football, cage football, goggle football and training with FA coaches.
Other activities on the day will include a graffiti workshop with football themed art, and there will be a DJ and prizes up for grabs.
People in Hanworth were outraged when the plans for the sports centre were approved to be built over green belt land citing noise, traffic pollution and antisocial behaviour as major concerns.
The site now houses pitches for five-a-side football, seven-a-side football, 5G artificial synthetic grass pitches which can be used for other sports such as hockey and rugby as well as multi-use games areas for sports including basketball and netball.
Festival of football will be held on Saturday April 16 from 10am to 2pm.
To guarantee your space in the activities at Sunbury Powerleague call 020 3823 3266 or email email@example.com.