Midfielder Darren Anderton has been handing out honours to Haringey's newest team.
Ferry Lane Predators FC received a real treat when they met one of their Premiership heroes at a specially arranged presentation ceremony at the Spurs training ground. Darren was on hand to give out a brand new kit and a set of training equipment to the team, as well as certificates for the most improved player, the player showing the best attitude and the overall best team player.
Ferry Lane Predators was formed as a result of the Football for All project, spearheaded by Spurs Football in the Community and Co-operative Insurance (CIS), in association with Sportsmatch and Kick It Out. The scheme has provided coaching from our community coaches on a weekly basis to youngsters from Tottenham Hale's Ferry Lane Estate, and culminated in the formation of the new team.
The team will benefit from their own brand new kit, a set of training equipment and their own fully qualified coach. Plans are also in place to help the team join one of the local youth leagues and we wish them much success.
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SPURS COMMUNITY CHALLENGE CUP
If you play for a local football club, why not take part in the biggest tournament ever to be held by Spurs Football in the Community.
At a cost of £40 per team, you can compete in two exclusive venues - choose either the THFC Training Ground in Chigwell or the Indoor Arena at White Hart Lane. The tournament is being held in May and is open to the following age groups
Boys Under 8s
Boys Under 9s
Boys Under 10s
Boys Under 11s
Boys Under 12s
Girls Under 11s
For more information on how to enter your team, please contact Football in the Community on 0208 365 5049.