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Premier League Kicks

Premier League Kicks is an inclusive community based programme for 8-18-year-olds.

Vision: Using the appeal and reach of the Premier League and network of professional football clubs, PL Kicks regularly engages children and young people of all backgrounds and abilities, in football, sport and personal development – providing a trusted, positive influence in high-need areas across England and Wales.

Goal: To inspire children and young people to achieve their potential and improve their wellbeing; working together to build stronger, safer and more inclusive communities.

The Foundation runs Kicks sessions in the following places:


Kicks and Mini Kicks ages 8-18 – Laurel Road Community Centre, Handsworth 5-7pm

Kicks and Mini Kicks 8-18 - Pulse Fitness Centre, Wednesbury 4.30-6pm


Mini Kicks ages 8-11 – Goals, Dudley 5-6.30pm

Kicks ages 12-18 – 5-6pm


Mini Kicks ages 8 -11 George Salter Academy 5-6.30pm

Kicks ages 12-18 – George Salter Academy 5-7pm


Mini Kicks ages 8-11 – Hadley Stadium, Smethwick 4.30-6pm

Kicks ages 12-18 – Hadley Stadium, Smethwick 6-7.30pm

To find out more, please contact


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