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Resources for young supporters

We all have a multitude of new challenges to deal with as the COVID-19 pandemic changes our world – one area requiring particular attention for millions of families is how to provide children with creative activities to fill the days, as many are now faced with the new reality of home schooling. 

With this in mind, the FSA have created a few worksheets for children to do whilst at home, specifically around football and what it means to be a supporter.

Hopefully these will help offering another creative and learning activity to add to your schedule. They are most appropriate for primary school age children, but can work as a prompt for ideas and writing topics for middle and secondary school children, too.

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