AFC Fylde Community Foundation have successfully launched a brand new community initiative named Fylde Super 7’s.
The Foundation are touring around the Fylde Coast offering all Primary Schools the opportunity to visit Mill Farm during a home match day. The day consists of each child receiving a ‘Golden Ticket’ which allows them to in turn receive a free AFC Fylde goodie bag including a home shirt, match day ticket, bobble hat and pen to remember their day.
The programme has now been running for a month and the most recent school to take part in the Super 7’s experience was Willows Primary School, Kirkham.
The visiting children got the chance to meet Coasters star Lewis Montrose, have their photo on the pitch and watch the match all courtesy of the Foundation.
The programme is aimed at Year 3 students throughout the Fylde Coast and the Foundation aim to offer the opportunity to each and every Year 3 the Foundation work with.
Foundation Director Tom Hutton is excited to have started the new initiative and said: “We aim to offer this great opportunity to each local school we work with, it’s a great opportunity to give back to the kids we work with and show them a bit more about what we do so look out for your Golden Ticket coming soon!”
One lucky Willows Primary School student recently experienced the exciting day an d said “I had such a brilliant day at AFC Fylde. All of the coaches always come into my school to do sports and for me to visit the stadium and receive a free gift bag made it a fantastic day!”
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