Stevenage Football Club’s Under 18 squad were put through their paces with some training of a different kind by taking part in a team building session at Fairlands Valley Outdoor Activities Centre in Stevenage at the end of August.
The team took part in an afternoon of activities including the High Ropes Course and Crate Stacking with the goal of improving confidence, team work, agility and communication; all necessary skills for any aspiring professional footballer. The players are hoping their newly honed skills will translate to success on the pitch, with the season now well and truly underway.
Gavin Davis, Fairlands Valley Outdoor Activities Centre Manager, commented “Fairlands works with many organisations, groups and schools to provide safe and challenging activities that are great for team bonding and it was a pleasure working with Stevenage Football Club to provide these team activities”.
The group were accompanied by two of Boro’s academy coaches and retired first team legends Ronnie Henry and Alex Revell.
Fairlands Valley Outdoor Activity Centre, is managed by Stevenage Leisure Limited (SLL) on behalf of Stevenage Borough Council; and offers a huge variety of wet and non-water based activities and courses for adults and children. Set in the Council’s 120 acre Fairlands Valley Park in the heart of Stevenage, the centre provides a great day out for the whole family! Our 11 acre sailing lake is used for the centre’s dinghy sailing, canoeing, stand up paddleboarding, pedalos, angling and lots more. Fairlands Valley Outdoor Activities Centre runs many land-based sessions such as the adrenaline filled High Ropes course, Boards & Buggies, Grass Sledging, Bush Craft and more! Visit www.fairlands-valley.co.uk for more information about our activities and courses.Back to News