Balga Soccer Club launches free junior program for kids from multicultural backgrounds

Balga Soccer Club launches free junior program for kids from multicultural backgrounds

BALGA Soccer Club has launched a free football program for juniors from multicultural backgrounds in the City of Stirling and beyond.

The club formed the Junior Fee Free Football (FFF) program to provide children under 18 years of age with an opportunity to develop their skills.

The program involved the academy and community pathways.

Academy Pathway will follow the National Premier Leagues (NPL) structure and will be run by Balga SC technical co-directors Ljupco Bobby Taneski and Aleks Vrteski.

Taneski is an experienced coach with a Football Federation Australia (FFA) B coaching license while Vrteski is a former Perth Glory and Australia youth international player with an FFA C coaching license.

Community Pathway teams will provide parents and guardians an opportunity to be involved while earning volunteering points.

For more information visit www.balgasc.com.

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