The AFC Fylde Community Foundation will be welcoming St Annes under 12 Football Club this Saturday for AFC Fylde’s final home game against Gloucester City on April 25th.

In what will arguably be AFC Fylde’s biggest game of the season, St Annes under 12’s will be participating in a wide range of fun activities and games prior to kick-off on the training pitch. The team will then take their seat inside the stadium before the crunch game between AFC Fylde and Gloucester City. St Annes will then be taking penalties against club mascot Syd The Seagull at half-time.     

St Annes Manager Bev Davies is thoroughly looking forward to visiting Kellamergh Park on Saturday. “I know that all the lads are all looking forward to coming to Kellamergh Park as it’s such an important game. It’s good that the team can experience a special opportunity like this. As a club, we are constantly expanding. We provide competitive football to over 250 children, offering this opportunity to players of all abilities. The ethics throughout the club are based on providing equal opportunity, good teamwork, friendships and sportsmanship.”

AFC Fylde Community Foundation, Director of Development Tom Hutton is eagerly awaiting the arrival of St Annes under 12’s – who will be the last team to make ‘special team visit of the day’ for this season. “We have welcomed numerous teams all season to experience Kellamergh Park and a coaching session with our senior and experienced staff. I’m delighted to welcome St Annes on Saturday and I hope they full enjoy their day out.”