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3 one-hour Community Football Summit 2021 Webinars

£ 35.00

3 one-hour Community Football Summit 2021 Webinars

16th March, 13th April, 18th May 2021, webinars start at 10.00 am BST

3 one-hour Community Football Summit 2021 Webinars

16th March, 13th April, 18th May 2021, webinars start at 10.00 am BST 

There will be plenty of case studies and tips on how to develop community football in the ‘new normal’ world.

 Community football focusing on the person 10 am BST 16th March

Svend Elkjaer, Founder, Sports Marketing Network

Joey Peters, Founder, Game Play Learn Game Play Learn | Learning Through Games and Sports

Person-centred sport and physical activity are becoming increasingly popular as the dropout rates in almost all sports are increasing as traditional coaching focuses on the sport, improving players, improving performance, being an expert and imparting knowledge on how to play, how to perform and how to improve.

Svend Elkjaer will cover how, the world over, more and more community sports and community football providers are putting emphasis on fun, enjoyment and social interaction and what we can learn, so far.

Joey Peters will cover how her innovative programme GAME PLAY LEARN focuses on how the work of a child is PLAY, exploring their own unique potential, being safe to fail, having a right to enjoy Sport for the sake of enjoying it, through GAME PLAY LEARN.  She will also talk about how GPL focuses on the person, what they want and how they would like to do it and unleashes creativity and nurture passion for football.

Bringing back the joy to children’s sport 10 am BST 13th April

Svend Elkjaer, Founder, Sports Marketing Network

Ken Willner, Founder, Yellow for Yelling Yellow for Yelling

Svend Elkjaer will discuss the learnings and experiences from the world over great activators and innovators are creating programmes that attracting and retaining young people from all backgrounds into football and wider sports. 

Ken Willner will cover how he is passionate about keeping children in sport and provide a fresh approach to allow all young people to be inclusive and flourish in sports. This approach is based on applied science and practical experience from coach educators, sports psychologists, and ex-professional athletes., Kids are not athletes, they are kids ‘playing’ sport. Bringing back the joy to children’s sport should be our number 1 goal moving forward and create an environment where children are attracted to play, keep playing and enjoy the experience of learning and develop a passion for sports and life.

Community football for all, regardless of background or health 10 am BST 18th May

Svend Elkjaer, Founder, Sports Marketing Network

Abdulsalam Juma, Project Officer, One Culture Football One Culture Football

Football is a global sport and should be completely diverse and diverse and they are indeed many examples of  great programmes and places where everyone is welcome. But, sadly that is not always the case.

Svend Elkjaer will cover how the most successful inclusive programmes from across the world where they are overcoming barriers to participation from some of society’s less engaged groups.  He will cover the importance of engaging and communicating with people and changing perceptions of what football is all about

One Culture Football aims to connect and engage young people of diverse cultures and backgrounds through football. They offer free programs that help young people; live healthier lifestyles, increase well being from physical activity; reduce antisocial behaviour in the community and develop life skills such as team respect, team building and self-confidence. They also deliver all-inclusive football programs for people 6 to 65 living with a disability or health condition to be engaged in regular football coaching and games. The program focuses not only on football but on health, wellbeing, gross motor skills, inclusion, self-confidence and self-esteem.