Jay Bothroyd's Premier Football Experience

Discover your potential with ex Premier League player Jay Bothroyd’s Football Experience.

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The Details

  • 11 April 2024, 10am - 3pm 
  • Children from Year 3 to Year 7 (Up to 12 years old)
  • Fives Trent Park Football, Bramley Road, London, N14 4UW

One ticket required per child. Parents/carers are required to drop off their children for the event.

young boy is football training with the coach for Young Epilepsy's partner for Football Experience event, Nicky Barnes Soccer

Partnering with Nicky Barnes Soccer Academy, Jay will take you through your paces with a day of football skills, coaching and competitions tailored for children in Years 3 to Year 7.

Jay Bothroyd started his career at the Arsenal Academy, going on to play for teams such as Coventry City, Cardiff City, Queens Park Rangers and England! Jay was diagnosed with epilepsy as a teenager and now he works to support children and young people to help break down barriers and build a society where people with epilepsy are included.

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Watch Jay Bothroyd's Interview with Young Epilepsy

 Nicky Barnes Soccer Academy partners with Young Epilepsy for a Premier Football Experience

Join us on the pitch for an exciting and inclusive football experienced . This event is open to ALL children, fostering an environment where everyone can experience the joy of football together. 

Join us for a day filled with fun, friendship and football for all! 

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For £15 per ticket, you will get: 

  • A morning of training with Jay Bothroyd
  • Professional coaching sessions with FA qualified coaches
  • An afternoon of matches and competitions with Jay
  • Q&A Session with an ex Premier League footballer
  • Certificates for all children
  • Bring a packed lunch 
  • Free parking on site
Young boy representing the Understand My Epilepsy and his experience of being excluded from sports

Understand my epilepsy

Hearing the real-life experiences of children like Cash who were told they cannot attend football camps with their friends because of their epilepsy, demonstrates just how far we have to go in society to understand and educate people about the condition.

The journey to understanding epilepsy and breaking these unnecessary barriers for children like Cash, is one we are committed to through our Understand My Epilepsy campaign. Working with Jay to provide an event where young people are supported and included is one step towards a future where children with epilepsy are safe and included in all aspects of life.

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