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Broadclyst Primary School reach Wembley Stadium through EFL Kids Cup success

Posted on March 15th 2019 by

CITY Community Trust and Exeter City football club will be represented at this year’s League Two play-off final following success in the EFL Kids Cup.

After making their way through the first round of the competition in a number of small sided games, Broadclyst Primary School sealed their place in the capital when they progressed through the regional finals, hosted by Swindon Town Community Trust. 

The final will take place on Saturday, May 25 at Wembley stadium as the youngsters will have the chance to lift the EFL Kids Cup trophy. 

The final will take place at Wembley Stadium in May

Stuart Davies, who is the organiser of EFL Kids Cup in Exeter on behalf of CITY Community Trust, says the team have deserved their place in the showpiece event. 

He explained: “Once again the Kids Cup has been a major success this year. It was great to see so many teams take part from across Devon and, as a community, we are extremely proud of Broadclyst primary school for their efforts as they’ve managed to get themselves into the final. 

The Broadclyst Primary School team pictured with Exeter City captain Jake Taylor after winning the first event of the competition

“We want to promote a number of positive values like fair play and teamwork, and it’s been fantastic to see Broadclyst keep to those principles and we wish them lots of luck at Wembley in May.” 

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