Football Queensland (FQ) will host MiniRoos clinics for children aged four to eight across various regions in Queensland during the upcoming Easter holidays.
The three-day MiniRoos Holiday Clinics will be held in the Metro, South Coast and Sunshine Coast regions alongside the recently announced FQ Academy Holiday Clinics for 9 to 14 year olds, providing opportunities for kids of all ages to learn fundamental football skills through a range of fun activities.
FQ CEO Robert Cavallucci said the clinics are a great way to get families involved in football over the school holidays.
“The MiniRoos Holiday Clinics are a key opportunity for players as young as four to join in and learn about football through a safe, inclusive and fun environment,” Cavallucci said.
“Younger players participating in the MiniRoos sessions will be able to join their older siblings taking part in the FQ Academy Holiday Clinics for 9 to 14 year olds at the very same venue, making it an engaging and fun holiday outing for the whole family.”
Registrations for the three-day MiniRoos Holiday Clinics are now open for all players aged between four and eight years old. An early bird special of $70 is currently on offer for all registrations.
The FQ Academy Holiday Clinics will be held across nine regions in the state, with early bird registrations now open for the Easter holidays for children aged nine to 14.