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  • PL Kicks Cup 2019
    PL Kicks Cup 2019 Ninety teams, representing 65 professional football clubs, descended on the University of Warwick this week for the latest Premier League Kicks Cup
  • PL Kicks Cup 2019
    PL Kicks Cup 2019 The PL Kicks Cup brings together more than 700 young people from across England and Wales in girls and mixed Under-16 competitions
  • PL Kicks Cup 2019
    PL Kicks Cup 2019 PL Kicks uses football and other positive activities to engage young people, with more than 75,000 taking part in the programme over the last 12 months
  • PL Kicks Cup 2019
    PL Kicks Cup 2019 As well as the action on the pitch, there was the opportunity for the players to try other activities in the 'Everyone's Game' area, which highlighted how PL Kicks brings clubs and communities together, ensuring everyone feels welcome
  • PL Kicks Cup 2019
    PL Kicks Cup 2019 Participants could get involved in an accessible sport showcase, including amputee football, visually impaired football and sitting volleyball
  • PL Kicks Cup 2019
    PL Kicks Cup 2019 World champion football freestyler Liv Cooke was on hand to display her skills and pass on hints and tips to the PL Kicks participants
  • PL Kicks Cup 2019
    PL Kicks Cup 2019 After a competitive day of football, the finals of both the girls and mixed tournaments had thrilling finales
  • PL Kicks Cup 2019
    PL Kicks Cup 2019 Swansea City and Barnet players showed their support for the Premier League's 'No Room For Racism' equality campaign ahead of the girls final
  • PL Kicks Cup 2019
    PL Kicks Cup 2019 Swansea made up for losing in the final last year by beating Barnet on penalties and lifting the girls trophy, presented by former Arsenal and England footballer Alex Scott, for the first time
  • PL Kicks Cup 2019
    PL Kicks Cup 2019 There was also a first-time winner in the mixed final with Watford, who came together for the first time on the morning of the final, beating Crystal Palace on penalties

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