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Lucas Moura kick starts sporting activities at N17 Arena

Mon 08 November 2021, 20:15|Tottenham Hotspur

Lucas Moura joined local students today (Monday 8 November) to celebrate the launch of free sporting activities commencing at N17 Arena.

Located at the south-east of the stadium campus, on the corner of Park Lane and Worcester Avenue, N17 Arena consists of two first-class mini pitches.

From today, the AstroTurf pitch will be used as an inner-city football talent ID centre by the Club’s Academy and Global Football Development team. Talented children from selected schools will now begin a six-week programme delivered by the Club’s Global Football coaches, with the opportunity to progress to Academy Development Centre sessions.

Lucas Moura kick starts sporting activities at N17 Arena

• Lucas Moura joined local students today to celebrate the launch of free sporting activities commencing at N17 Arena.
• The Nike Grind Court, made from 18,000 recycled trainers, is now accessible to the local community with free sessions run by Tottenham Hotspur Foundation.
• Talented students aged between six and 11 will also begin a six-week programme this week on the Astroturf pitch delivered by the Club’s Global Football coaches.

The football talent ID centre at N17 Arena will enable the most talented young male and female footballers from the area to access a local training facility that provides a pathway through to elite level, right on their doorstep.

The second pitch, the Nike Grind Court, a revolutionary playing surface made from over 18,000 recycled trainers, is now accessible to the local community Monday to Friday with timetabled free sporting activities available, including:

• Shape Up With Spurs: A 10-week health and nutrition programme for local residents.
• Women’s football sessions: For those who want to get fit through playing football or want to develop their skills and try something new! Sessions will include both regular and walking football for those aged 25 to 40.
• After school football and multi-sports: For those aged between eight and 15.
• Disability sports provision: Working with Adult Care, this is a sports session for adults with a disability focusing on both multi-sports and walking football.
• Wild Cats: For girls aged between five and 11 who want to have fun, meet new friends and play football.
• Kicks targeted multi-sports: Using the power of football and the value of wider sports to help young people in the community.

The sessions are hosted by Tottenham Hotspur Foundation, the Club’s charitable arm that is dedicated to creating life-changing opportunities for people across its local community.

To celebrate the launch of free sporting activities beginning, Brazilian forward Lucas joined 20 students from St Paul’s and All Hallows’ School – a primary school located on Park Lane – for a series of football drills and skills.

Speaking after the session, Lucas said: “It was great to come down to the N17 Arena today and spend time with students from St Paul’s and All Hallows’ School. N17 Arena is a fantastic community space in the heart of Tottenham and I encourage the community to take advantage of the free sessions hosted by the Foundation – they are a great way to stay active and have fun.”

To register interest and to sign up for free sporting activities at N17 Arena, please contact thf.activities@tottenhamhotspur.com