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Grasshopper Soccer UK Franchise Launch
Tenterden, Kent, United Kingdom. – Grasshopper Soccer, the engaging children’s soccer program best known for its focus on child development using soccer as a tool, is extremely excited to launch it’s first franchise over the weekend.
Kids and Childrens Soccer Franchise Commences in Kent UK
The first class was held in Tenterden and what an amazing turnout it was!!
The day was split over multiple sessions and over 165 children attended and had a ball of a time. Mr Grasshopper was on hand to join in on the fun. Over the coming week we have a further 300+ children ready to take part in Kent County.
“The Turnout and Response to our Child Development Programs has been overwhelming. We are very excited with the UK Franchise Launch” – Julian Purser
Grasshopper Soccer UK head of operations Julian Purser said “The turnout and response from the parents and children in the UK has been overwhelming. We are so excited to be now operating due to the COVID restrictions being eased and we can’t wait for the further upcoming expansion which will be announced over the coming months”.
“Our passion for Creating Life Changing Experiences Through Sport”
“Julian and the Kent franchise team share our passion for creating positive experiences through sports with the goal to make a lasting impact on children’s lives,” said Blake Brinklow, Franchisor of Grasshopper Soccer. “They are committed to helping the next generation of children gain the skills they need to be successful in soccer and in forming positive relationships on any field or arena. We are excited they can provide a fun, growth experience for the boys and girls in the Kent, County, United Kingdom”.
Join our Franchise Team
If you are interested in joining our franchise team, please go to Grasshopper Soccer Franchise and take the online tour.
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