Sheen Lions Summer Soccer Six 2020

Once again Sheen Lions F.C. will be running its popular Summer Soccer Six programme. It’s a great opportunity for managers to look at players, old and new, with a view to making team selections for next season.

It will run for current (2019-20) age groups:
U6s. U7s. U8s. U9s. U10s. U11s.

Palewell Common 9.00 – 10.30am
JUNE 6. 13. 20. 27.
JULY 4. 11.

Boys to wear appropriate attire INCLUDING SHIN PADS and should bring refreshments (no fizzy drinks or sweets).

  • Current Sheen LIons players must wear their Sheen Lions training kit.
  • Players trialing do not need Sheen Lions kit
  • You MUST have boots, they should be suitable for hard ground, moulded or short studs.
  • You MUST have shin pads
  • If we are lucky you may need sun protection
  • If we are not you may need a rain jacket or sweat shirt

Payment must be received at the time of booking to reserve a place. The Fee will be £50 regardless of how many of the six sessions you can attend. Payment instructions will be on your invitation email and payment must be made at the time of booking to reserve your place.

Invitations to book will be sent in May 2020 to all Sheen Lions registered players at U11 and younger and to all players on our waiting list to trial.

Others  who are thinking of taking up football, or considering changing clubs may ask for an invitation by emailing SoccerSix@sheenlions.org. Please provide your child’s name and date of birth.

VENUE
Palewell Common
Palewell Common Drive
SW14 8RE

Use the attached map for your best option of parking. http://sheenlions.com/kick-off-times-and-pitches/find-us/

If you are approaching from the east or the A3 you will find it easier to park in Bank Lane, Roehampton and use the eastern entrance to Palewell Common as indicated on the map. If you are approaching from the west or the A316 it is easier to park on Palewell Common Drive.

PLEASE NOTE that cars double/tripled parked on this road are likely to incur fines, as these roads are patrolled by parking officials. Roads must be kept clear for emergency vehicles to gain access.