Female freestyler for Spurs shows off her skills as Stevenage project for girls marks first birthday

Football freestyler Charlotte Lade joined girls and coaching staff from the Stevenage development ce

Football freestyler Charlotte Lade joined girls and coaching staff from the Stevenage development centre to mark the project's first birthday. - Credit: Archant

Young female footballers celebrated the first birthday of a Stevenage-based programme on Monday with a top freestyler who is a skills ambassador for Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur.

Charlotte Lade shared her skills with girls aged six to 16 who attend the Herts Advance Development Centre project – which meets at Round Diamond Primary School on Monday nights between 6pm to 7pm.

“We welcome girls of all abilities and are confident that through our small touch technical training programme we will improve players at any level of their football learning journey,” said coach Brian Fletcher.

Call Brian on 07958 625354 or email stevenage@hadc.co.uk to find out more.


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