July 12, 2024

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The school applied to receive the kit, which includes 13 outfield sets and one goalkeeper set plus optional Nike 2.0 hijabs, thanks to their involvement in the Premier League Primary Stars programme with Sky Blues in the Community.

Delivered in partnership with Nike, the Premier League Kit Scheme will see more than 58,000 girls in more than 4,000 primary schools across England and Wales receive the free football kit, featuring the Premier League and No Room For Racism emblems.

The schools girls teams received their football kit last week during their tour of the Coventry Building Society Arena – also getting a surprise appearance from City stars Liam Kelly, Ben Sheaf, Josh Eccles and Jay Dasilva.

Gary Watson, Head Teacher at Hollyfast Primary, commented: “What an amazing experience for our girls football team. We had a VIP tour of the CBS Arena and said ‘hi’ to some of the Coventry City players, it was a complete surprise they showed up!”

Marianne Botterill, Schools Sport Manager, also added: “We are very pleased that we are able to give 3 of our Premier League Primary Stars partner schools football kits for their girls teams. We look forward to seeing them wear these kits with pride in our future tournaments.”

The Kit Scheme is just one element of the Premier League’s primary school education programme, Premier League Primary Stars, and builds upon the 7,000 free football kits that have already been given away via the Premier League’s primary schools programme since 2017.

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