Bath City Football Club will be allowing young football fans to try their luck at penalty shootouts as the club takes it’s popular Beat the Goalie on a roadshow of Bath.
The inflatable game will be available to try at summer fayres across Bath over the next two months.
Children will be able to try and score to be in with a chance of winning a prize, such as a signed football or match tickets for Bath FC next season.
Carole Banwell, General Manager for Bath City FC, said: “With World Cup fever taking over the country this summer we are really pleased to be taking our popular Beat the Goalie game on a tour of schools across Bath.
“Children of all ages will be able to try their hand at a penalty shootout with a chance of winning some Bath City goodies from signed footballs to match tickets.
“Adults will also be able to join in the fun and see if they could join Gareth Southgate’s team.”
All money raised through Beat the Goalie will be given directly to the schools’ PTAs.
Beat the Goalie will be at the following school fayres;
- Saturday 16th June – Newbridge School
- Sunday 24th June – St Mary’s Catholic Primary
- Friday 29th June – Twerton Infants
- Saturday 30th June – Weston All Saints Primary (WASPS)
- Thursday 12th July – St Andrew’s Primary
- Saturday 14th July – Oldfield Park Infants
Beat the Goalie will also be available to try at the Bath City Farm Family Fun Day on Saturday 7th July, and the Bath Boules tournament on Sunday 17th June.