EALING’S Will to Win sports centre at Lammas Park has hooked up with QPR’s Community Trust to bring what the hosts say will be ‘top level coaching’ to youngsters.
The partnership was launched at a special free Family Football Fun Day at the Will to Win centre on Saturday, with football training camps and drop-in sessions planned for the centre’s two state-of-the-art five-a-side pitches.
As part of the partnership, the club will be rolling out their brand new Football Outreach Development programme.
"To work in partnership with Will to Win is a major boost for us as it gives us an opportunity to forge stronger and deeper connections in another
borough of West London where QPR is at the heart of the community," said QPR Football Outreach development manager Dave Robinson.
"We have a large fan base in the area and we will be working closely with them as well as other members of the community to showcase what we can offer to them.
"We will be coaching kids as young as three up to the age 15 over a range of different projects. We are expanding as a club and this is another example of this."
Will to Win director Steve Riley said: "QPR has so much to offer Ealing’s kids in terms of coaching and football expertise.
"With QPRís help we can reach out even further to local kids from all backgrounds and hopefully get them off the sofa, away from the computer games and outside running around instead."