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Premier League Kicks

Premier League Kicks

Exeter City Community Trust provide a variety of projects for school aged children either in an education setting as part of their school day or as part of a larger scheme which uses school facilities as a community hub. Many of these opportunitites are free, any which are paying sessions will be kept at a minimum cost to ensure they remain accessible to all.


Exeter City Community Trust Premier League Kicks Project provides FREE sports coaching sessions to young people of ages 8-19 and is delivered over a variety of areas in our community including Wonford, Merrivale, Tiverton & Cranbrook .

The scheme aims to inspire more young people to get active within their local area and help them realise their potential and is funded by several partners including the Premier League, Exeter City Council Community Safety Partnership, Exeter City Council Board Grant & ECC Ward Grants (Priory and St Loyes) & Devon County Council.

The programme focuses on getting children active through a variety of sports & thelps to support young people to progress into positive pathways whilst working alongside partners to create safe and strong communities.

2017/18 Premier League Kicks Times - Term Time Only  - Starting w/c 8th January 2018


Tiverton Youth Community Centre – PL Kicks Multisport

PL Kicks 6:30pm - 8:30pm  (11-13yrs) school years 7 & 8 


Merrivale Park - PL Kicks Football

PL Kicks 5:30PM – 6:30PM (8-19yrs)


Wonford Youth Club - Phoenix Suite

Primary Youth Club 4:30PM- 5:30PM (8-12yrs)

Senior Youth Club 5:30PM - 6:30PM (13-19yrs)

Wonford PL Kicks Football

Primary Kicks 5:30PM - 6:30PM (8-12yrs)

PL Kicks 6:30PM - 7:30PM (13-19yrs)


Cranbrook Education Campus

Primary Kicks Football & Multi Sports 6:00PM - 7:00PM (8-12yrs)

PL Kicks Football & Multi Sports 7:00PM - 8:00PM (13-19yrs)


Please download and bring a completed Code of Conduct form with you within 3 weeks of starting the session. 


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‘Peter from Premier League Kicks has brought kids to an empty park, he’s helped improve physical exercise, it’s helping to fight obesity! He’s brought kids outside in winter so instead of playing on the computer they’re playing football.’

‘My son’s social skills have improved. Now he knows his neighbours’. ‘He’s taught them how to compete but not get upset if they lose. You can’t always win’.

‘The kids are learning to work together’

‘If a kid with a disability turns up all the kids work together and help each other. I’ve seen them let each other score goals sometimes, it makes them all learn to work together’.

‘My grandson has special needs. He loves coming here. It’s the highlight of his week.’  

‘People are coming out the woodwork, coming along and helping each other out’.

‘They may not get on at school but here they’re learning that working together makes things easier’.

‘Successful and amazing!’