Alan Curbishley and Kirsty Gallacher have thrown their support behind The Football League's Official Soccer Schools website in association with Beko Mum's United.

The former Charlton Athletic Manager and Sky Sports News presenter ran a coaching session at Brentford's Griffin Park to launch the website which helps mums and dads find and book Soccer Schools at their local League club.

Year 3 at Mount Carmel School were shown a number of drills by the duo and Brentford community coaches including dribbling, passing and penalty taking.

Serving 17 participating Football League clubs, further markets the Soccer Schools and multi-activity courses run by fully FA qualified coaches at Football League community schemes.

Kirsty Gallacher, is backing Beko Mums United following a nationwide survey of mums that revealed that 68% wanted to get more involved in their child's sporting activities.

Beko Mums United spoke to 900 mums about family time and found that 90% of Mums agreed that outdoor sports helped their child develop their communication and teambuilding skills.

This desire to get more involved in their child's sport has really played a huge role in the look, feel and content of the Facebook page. Over a fifth of Mums were interested in learning more about football jargon, and over a third were interested in getting ideas on nutritional tips for their children.

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