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St. George’s Park Showcased at Grass Roots Football Show

Fri 4th May 2012 | Football Industry Events

Grass Roots Football Show visitors will get an exclusive preview of the new National Football Centre at St. George’s Park in Burton.

The FA, who earlier this year announced a partnership with The Grass Roots Football Show, will be showcasing a detailed model of St George’s Park in the brand new FA Zone at Europe’s biggest grass roots football show at the NEC in Birmingham between 25th-27thMay.

St George’s Park will be the home to 24 England Teams and the national coach education centre. The FA Zone will also feature a computer-generated fly-through film for visitors get a real feel for what St. George’s Park will be like.

FA staff will also be on hand throughout the weekend to answer any questions regarding St. George’s Park and how it will affect players, coaches and businesses in the game.

Peter Ackerley, the Senior National Development Manager at the FA said, ‘The Grass Roots Football Show provides us with the perfect opportunity to showcase St. George’s Park to everyone involved in Grass Roots Football.’

‘The FA and our partners are here to develop football for everyone and as such The Grass Roots Football Show is a great chance to show everyone the many ways they can get involved in our national game.’

Joanna Burns, Director of the Grass Roots Football Show, said; ‘St George’s Park is just a short drive away from the NEC and we are delighted to be able to show the grass roots football family the exciting developments at that the National Football Centre has to offer.’

The Grass Roots Football Show 2012 is the biggest football event of its kind in Europe and takes place at the NEC in Birmingham between 25th and 27th May.

Tickets are priced at £12 for adults and £6 for under 16’s. Buy your tickets today at http://www.grassrootsfootball.co.uk/tickets/

For more information about The Grass Roots Football Show go to www.grassrootsfootball.co.uk

Become a fan of Grass Roots Football on Facebook at www.facebook.com/grassrootsfootballshow or follow Grass Roots Football� on twitter http://twitter.com/grfootball

Posted by: Aaron Gourley

 

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