Britton paid a visit to Pontybrenin Primary to officially launch the Premier League Primary Stars project
Swansea City AFC's club captain, Leon Britton, visited local Pontybrenin Primary School to mark the recent launch of Premier League Primary Stars, the Premier League’s new national curriculum-linked education programme.
After renaming the school after Leon for the day, the midfielder joined pupils and teachers for a Premier League Primary Stars maths lesson and, while he was there, helped launch the Premier League Primary Stars Kit and Equipment scheme by donating kits and e...... Read Article »
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. . . for young players in the Gwent area
Young, talented players in the Gwent area now have the chance to train with Swansea City academy coaches at our Gwent Development Centre.
Sessions for players aged under-8 to under-11 take place every Monday evening (excluding Bank Holidays) at Cwmbran Stadium between 7-8pm.
Pl...... Read Article »
. . . the search is on for teams to participate
Swansea City Football Club has teamed up with Meadow View Sports Complex to launch an exciting new summer development league this month.
The development league is looking for under-6 to under-10 age ranged teams from the Swansea and surrounding areas to participate in the summer...... Read Article »
. . . to face Ajax & Aspire Academy in Qatar
Three players from Swansea City Academy have been called into the Wales Under-15s squad to face Ajax and Aspire Academy sides in Qatar at the end of February.
Defender Tivonge Rushesha, winger Luke Motruk and striker Bradley Gibbings are part of the 16-man squad to face Dutch...... Read Article »
Two local schools represented the Swans at the annual Tournament
Two local schools valiantly represented Swansea City AFC at the Premier League Schools Tournament this week at Stamford Bridge.
Pupils from Tenby Church in Wales Primary and YGG Bro Myrddin headed to London to compete in the annual competition that saw a total of 40 schools take...... Read Article »
The season is over but our Premier League Enterprise team are continuing to engage with new schools and new pupils
The season may be over but our Premier League Enterprise project is still operating at full speed, after more schools have signed up to the project in recent weeks.
Our Enterprise team welcomed pupils from Dwr-y-Felin Comprehensive, as well participants from the Cynnydd Project....... Read Article »