Mayor of London Sadiq Khan recently visited Tottenham Hotspur Foundation’s flagship Kicks programme at Duke’s Aldridge Academy to launch a three-year partnership between City Hall and the Premier League. The initiative aims to enhance the delivery of the social inclusion programme in London, and to celebrate the success of the programme.
Accompanied by Harry Kane, Ledley King, Sarah Ebanja, Chief Executive of Tottenham Hotspur Foundation, Bill Bush, Executive Director of the Premier League, and Tim Godwin, Former Deputy Commissioner at the Metropolitan Police, the Mayor observed a football coaching session delivered by Tottenham Hotspur before meeting youngsters who have been through the programme.
The football club runs Kicks sessions at venues across Haringey, including Duke’s New River Sports Centre, Seven Sisters Primary School, and Ferry Lane Estate, and to date has engaged 8,000 young people across Haringey.
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