Year 3 and 4 pupils from Liverpool primary schools took part in LSSP’s girls’ football tournament yesterday (19 July).
Held at Walton Hall Park, six primary schools – Bishop Eton, Broad Square, Croxteth, Dovedale, King David and New Park – represented a European country and displayed their impressive football skills.
The event was themed around the Women’s Euro 2017 competition taking place now in the Netherlands.
The group of primary pupils also sent a special message to England’s Women’s team who are currently competing in the European Championships. The team produced a convincing performance yesterday against Scotland, winning 6-0.
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Dovedale Primary won the tournament but each school went home a champion and received special Lionesses merchandise and medals.
LSSP has been supporting PE, physical activity and school sport since 2000. Its aim is to help all children and young people access high quality PE, physical activity and sport in their school and community.
The LSSP team organise a coordinated programme of events and competitions throughout the year which make a difference to teachers and young people.