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Football - 15. April 2011.

Sir Trevor Brooking Supports Grass Roots Football Show

Former England International and grass roots football enthusiast, Sir Trevor Brooking, will be speaking at the launch of the Show on the 18th of April at the NEC.

Brooking will be joined at the launch of the Grass Roots Football Show, which takes place at the NEC from the 3-5 June, by former Newcastle United Manager Chris Hughton.

Sir Trevor Broking said; “As you will know I am passionate about grass roots football and the development of our national game depends on a quality early experience.

“The Grass Roots Football Show is an essential platform for the whole football family to come together and enjoy everything that is great about our game.

“I am delighted to be supporting the Grass Roots Football Show and look forward to another fantastic event.”

Joanna Burns, Director of Grass Roots Football, said; “To receive Sir Trevor Brooking’s support for this year’s show is fantastic.

“We have been working hard to make this the best Grass Roots Football Show ever and this is a clear signal that this is going to be the case.”

The Grass Roots Football Show 2011 is the biggest football event of its kind in Europe and takes place at the NEC in Birmingham between the 3-5 of June.

With more skills, more coaching sessions, more tactics, more interaction and more of the biggest stars in the game including Robbie Savage, Graham Taylor, Chris Coleman, Dion Dublin, Peter Taylor and Tosh Farrell - the Grass Roots Football Show is this year’s must attend football event.

Tickets – priced at £15 for adults and £7.50 for children under 16 - gives you exclusive access to all three days of the must attend football event this summer and they are now on sale at www.grassrootsfootball.co.uk

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