Young Hammer fans can get together with their class-mates and come along to any remaining West Ham United home league game this season.
Following the success of last season's schools initiative, West Ham United are proud to announce the launch of our new and exciting Football For All 2012 programme. The Board's ultimate priority for the scheme is to help make football more affordable and accessible to young people in Essex and east London - part of the club's Investing in Future strategy designed to reward local schools for their fantastic support in attending key home games.
The club is keen to set up strong partnerships with participating local education establishments, with many fantastic, money-can't-buy benefits up for grab - aside from being able to cheer the Hammers on up close and personal at the remaining home Championship league games this season - for everyone taking part.
The Football for All 2012 programme provides pupils accessibly priced, £5 tickets for any match this season via their school, and with supervising teachers/guardians able to attend free of charge.
What's more, West Ham is offering a free introductory coaching session to every school that registers their interest in our Football For All 2012 programme. Each participating school will receive fantastic opportunities such as a first-team player visit, an invitation to watch the first team train and hundreds of pounds worth of equipment. Just imagine if Carlton Cole walked into the classroom!
It's not just schools who can take part either, with local youth sport teams also able to get in on the action.For more information, teachers, coaches, and parents can download a special information guide today or contact [email protected]