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For the past six years, Arsenal in the Community have partnered with North London United to provide children and young adults with Down syndrome the opportunity to play football.
As well as providing a weekly football fix, the engaging sessions aim to develop the participants’ skills and technique as well as increase their social network and encourage a physical and healthy lifestyle.» more
It makes me even more proud to play for The Arsenal knowing that the club takes such a keen interest in supporting events like World Down Syndrome Day.
At Arsenal, we have this afternoon every month, which is called Club Day. Basically, all the players are put forward to partake in various activities, more often than not for club sponsors and the like. I’ll be honest, on this particular Club Day, we were well into the afternoon and it was dragging on and becoming more and more long-winded.» more
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