Stevenage FC to host open training session for loyal fans at Bragbury End on Saturday

PUBLISHED: 23:58 27 July 2018

Manager of Stevenage FC Dino Maamria at Stevenage FC Training Ground. Picture: BEN BEALE

Manager of Stevenage FC Dino Maamria at Stevenage FC Training Ground. Picture: BEN BEALE

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Stevenage fans! Your team is throwing its doors open on Saturday and you’re all invited.

There will be plenty of fun in the sun at the League Two club’s open training session at Bragbury End between midday and 2pm.

Boss Dino Maamria will be welcoming loyal fans to the club’s first team training HQ as the players prepare for the beginning of the new season against Tranmere at the Lamex on Saturday, August 4.

Supporters are encouraged to come along and gain an inside view on the hard work Maamria and his men have been doing all summer.

Once the team have finished training, fans will be able to meet their playing heroes and the boss for autographs and photos. There will be food and drink available to purchase, provided by Osinsky’s as well as club merchandise on sale. Please note there is no parking on site.

The Stevenage FC Foundation team will also be on hand to entertain youngsters.

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