Steve Walters and Brickfield join up in support of offside trust

Brickfield Rangers are to host a Steve Walters Soccer Camp for youth footballers in association with the OFFSIDE Trust at the Clywedog Park Complex.

Steve Walters, who played 146 League Football games for Crewe Alexandra, scoring 10 league goals, is currently director of the focus charitable Group the OFFSIDE Trust which supports survivors of abuse within sport and aims safeguarding to children in today’s game.

Steve Walters has agreed terms with Brickfield Rangers’s renound football in the community scheme to host the soccer camp in his name to highlight his professional & grassroots footballing career and enable the local community to meet a real life footballing role model.

BR in the Community Director Andrew Ruscoe stated;

“I am pleased to announce that Steve has agreed to having his very own Soccer Camp with us at Brickfield Rangers where we are extremely excited and looking forward to be introducing Steve, who is an amazing ambassador to Grassroots football and highlight his professional career, to the Youth of our Community.

I believe Steve fully deserves this opportunity and it continues with our great work that we do at Brickfield Rangers on bringing real life Sporting role models to the community to help inspire Young Children in the Wrexham area to engage more in sport. We are extremely lucky that Steve has agreed this, and we are really great grateful. As we know Steve is director of such an inspiring project, aiming to safeguard young people from abuse in sport. We have agreed that from every child who attends the Soccer Camp we will give £1.50 back to the OFFSIDE Trust to continue his amazing work”

The Soccer Camp will be held over Two days during Thursday 1st June and Friday 2nd June at the Clywedog Park Complex for £5 per day for children aged 4-14 years of age.

READ  Connah's Quay's Harwood to captain Wales colleges side

Featured Image: Brickfield RFC

One thought on “Steve Walters and Brickfield join up in support of offside trust”

  1. Pingback: cymru.futbol
  2. Trackback: cymru.futbol

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.