The Scottish Football Association

School of football

Head injury training now weekly at St Mirren

Friday, 27 April 2012


Aquired brain injury training through St Mirren in the Community and the Scottish FA will now be available on a weekly basis.
 

Scottish football’s governing body – in partnership with the Paisley club, are offering the sessions on Wednesday’s from 1pm to 2.30pm at the stadium.
 

The training provides survivors of a head injury the opportunity to play football at participation, development and international level.
 

If you would be interested in attending, please call 0141 840 6131, email: community@saintmirren.net, or visit www.stmirren-community.net.
 


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