Experienced Pararoos Head Coach Kai Lammert will visit Brisbane in December to deliver a coaching session for potential future Pararoos.
The Pararoos are Australia’s national team for athletes with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury or symptoms acquired from stroke.
The session will be held at Meakin Park, Football Queensland’s headquarters, and will see Lammert share the knowledge he has gained in 17 years as a coach.
Lammert has been in charge of the Pararoos since 2015, after spending nine years as the team’s Assistant Coach. Lammert played professionally for German side VFL Osnabrück and holds both a FFA A Licence and a UEFA B Licence.
Lammert’s experience in the national team setup, playing career and outstanding technical accomplishments give him unique insight into what it takes to reach the highest level.
The coaching session will take place on 2 December (5:30-7:00pm) at Meakin Park, Slacks Creek and is open to players over the age of 15 affected by cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury or symptoms acquired from stroke.
Younger aspiring players are also welcome to come along, meet Lammert and watch the session.
Anyone interested in attending should email Sarah Willington at SarahW@footballqueensland.com.au.