FOOTBALL: England might have failed to flatter during the World Cup in Brazil but their junior counterparts were enjoying 1966 all over again.
The King’s Lynn Soccer School World Cup saw the home nation get through the group stages and go on to lift the winning medals.
In the older group, there was foretaste of things to come just a few days later with Germany clinching the silverware, albeit at the expense of Brazil in the final, rather than Argentina.
The day also saw the most improved and player of the term presentation to those players who have applied themselves over the course of the term.
“When considering these awards we are looking for the player to listen, ask questions, have the right attitude and want to meet new friends and have fun,” said coach Philip Yates.
“We have started a new nursery group too and this is a growing group of children who enjoy learning football from the age of four.”
A Summer Soccer School is being held on August 14, 15, 18 and 19, 10am-3pm. Spaces are limited so booking is essential. For more information contact Mr Yates, on 07917 384983.