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Premier League Kicks: What is it?

The Foundation’s Premier League Kicks (PL Kicks) programme uses the power of football and other sports to create safer, stronger and more respectful communities by developing young people’s potential.

The Foundation’s Premier League Kicks (PL Kicks) programme uses the power of football and other sports to create safer, healthier and more respectful communities by developing young people’s potential.

The Palace for Life Foundation aims to engage young people between the ages of 8-18 in a range of constructive activities, to divert them away from crime and anti-social behaviour. The Premier League Kicks projects work closely with the local authority which includes the Metropolitan Police and Youth Offending Team. Additionally, local community organisations help establish safe, supportive and educational activities.

Activities delivered include girls and boys football, multi-sports, trampolining, boxing, cheerleading, E-sports and youth hub activities with an array of after school courses at the Palace for Life Foundation. Volunteering, education and training opportunities are also available for participants as well as taking part in regular football tournaments. Sessions are open to boys & girls Aged 8-18 Years, regardless of ability and fully inclusive.

All sessions are entirely free thanks to funding from the Premier League, and open to all within the specified age groups, irrespective of ability.  No need to pre-book, simply come along.

Please contact the Community Team for more information on our sessions: community@palaceforlife.org