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TeamJobs supports AFC Bournemouth’s youth development scheme

TeamJobs is supporting AFC Bournemouth’s youth development scheme, Premier League Kicks.

 

Jason Gault, managing director of TeamJobs, visited AFC Bournemouth’s (AFCB) Vitality Stadium to meet player Tyrone Mings, the scheme's ambassador.

 

Gault said, "It's been great to meet Tyrone and members of the club's community sports team and hear how TeamJobs will be helping to involve local young people in sport and coaching.

 

"As sponsors of Premier League Kicks, we will be supporting AFCB's free, weekly youth football sessions for boys and girls, as well as their matches against other Premier Kicks clubs and additional packages which enable young people to get involved in volunteering, coaching and to gain qualifications.

 

"Many of the TeamJobs' staff love to play sport. We also do as much as we can to engage with the local community and we are really looking forward to getting involved at Premier Kicks sessions.

 

"It's really satisfying to know we will be helping to focus young people, keep them fit and widen their ambitions for the future."

 

The head of AFCB's Community Sports Trust, Steve Cuss, commented, "Premier Kicks is a very successful scheme which we are really enjoying rolling out, and TeamJobs' valuable support will ensure we can run more sessions and engage even more youngsters in the coming year."

 

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