Host Family Required for a Young Footballer from August/September 2019 to June 2020

Interactive Sports are looking for someone to host a young footballer aged 16 at their home from August/September 2019 until June 2020 Monday to Friday term time only.

Interactive Sports can assure anybody interested in providing a home from home for the young player, that he is respectful and polite and is joining our Football Scholarship & Education Programme here at the club for the start of the 2019 Academic Year in August.

 If you are interested and would like to discuss this opportunity further, please contact Steven Mort at the club on 07540 418599 or email stevenmort@interactivecompany.co.uk

U9 Altrincham FC In the Community NLT Cup

We had the pleasure of welcoming over 200 children from 13 different Altrincham primary schools to the J.Davidson stadium on Monday 13th May for our annual U9 Boys & U9 Girls national league football tournament.

15 rounds of group matches were played before the semi finals took place, the standard throughout the group games was exceptional, with the children showing confidence on the ball and excellent game awareness.

The semi finals were another close round of games with the eventual winners going through to the finals.

For the boys it was Bowdon Church school v St Vincent’s with St Vincent’s the eventual winners in a tense final.

The girls final was between Oldfield Brow & Bowdon Church school. This brilliant game went to penalties when the teams couldn’t be separated even after extra time. Even the penalties went to sudden death with Bowdon Church school the eventual winners.

All the games were played in a fantastic spirit and we would like to to thank all the school staff & parents for bringing the children to the stadium.

A big thanks also to the Altrincham FC community coaches and our referees from our Btec programme.

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Non League Football Fans to Raise funds for AFC In The Community

We are delighted that Alex Hendley and James Sproston have chosen ourselves & Curzon Ashton in the Community as their chosen charities to raise funds for when they complete the Great Manchester Run.

Both are keen non league football fans who run a non league football podcast which can be found @NLWanderers on twitter.

To make a donation and to find out more about Alex & James’s story please click on the link below.