Get our weekly Kick N Mix newsletter packed loaded with whatever you want and require to understand about kids’ football, direct to your email

We have released a brand-new weekly newsletter everything about kids’ football – and you can get it direct to your e-mail for free.

Kick N Mix will drop into your inbox every Friday, loaded filled with whatever you want and need to know about the junior grassroots video game.

Countless young footballers take to the field in the UK each weekend and we want to show these lively football neighborhoods in our newsletter.

It’s focused on grown-ups and our goal is to celebrate your sporty superstars as well as helping to make your football weekends much more fun.

For those of us associated with kids’ football, it’s a fixation.

If we’re not chauffering them to training or matches, we’re running the line, arranging the raffle, sorting out drinks, cleaning kits … the list goes on.

We understand that up and down the country millions of you – parents, grandparents, carers, other loved ones and pals – are doing the exact same and more.

So Kick N Mix will bring you top tips and hacks, interviews, recommendations from professionals and all your funny stories to make football weekends (and weekdays) easier and even more satisfying.

We want to cheer and commemorate all of our young footballers – girls, boys, gamers of every capability and background and age-groups varying from pre-school mini kickers to teenage groups.

To get involved, you can register to our complimentary weekly Kick N Mix newsletter here.

Kick N Mix will have a mailbag aspect to it so you can tell us the subjects you desire dealt with each week.

Much-missed kids kickabouts may be on hold at the moment due to the existing limitations, however that will not stop football daddy Mat Kendrick and the Kick N Mix team cranking up the excitement levels with our weekly publications.

We can’t wait until junior grassroots football returns and we understand you can’t either. We’ll all be setting up goalnets and scrubbing muddy boots again before we understand it!

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