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Street Soccer nets 2014 Legacy boost

27/09/13 16:52

Street Soccer nets 2014 Legacy boost: Thousands of disadvantaged Scots will get new opportunities through football with the support of £300,000 funding announced by First Minister Alex Salmond. As part of a Scottish Government commitment to deliver a positive legacy from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next year, Street Soccer will expand its programmes for young men and women leaving care or those not in education, training or employment or facing challenges such as homelessness, mental health problems or addictions.

Thousands of disadvantaged Scots will get new opportunities through football with the support of £300,000 funding announced by First Minister Alex Salmond. As part of a Scottish Government commitment to deliver a positive legacy from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next year, Street Soccer will expand its programmes for young men and women leaving care or those not in education, training or employment or facing challenges such as homelessness, mental health problems or addictions.

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