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Dec 01, 2011   |  4:51PM AET

Extra “Home Game” For Players In Local Communities

Extra “Home Game” For Players In Local Communities

Sydney FC’s players were handed an extra “home game” this week as they headed into their own communities to support local initiatives.
Pascal Bosschaart and Karol Kisel went to the CC Strikers six a side competition at Cromer Park. See how the kids reacted to their prescence!

Pascal Bosschaart and Karol Kisel were representing their own communities when they headed out to the CC Strikers six a side competition at Manly United-s home ground Cromer Park.

The players both live on the Northern Beaches and took time to hand out medals and sign autographs for the young players at the end of the ten week tournament.

Every member of Sydney FC-s playing staff is taking part in projects in their home areas this week, to help support their local communities.

“For me it was a home game!” said Pascal. “I-m living in this area so people recognise me perhaps more than some of the other players.

“Every child is very nice and they are very polite and also their parents, so it-s always nice to do these things.”

Watch our video to see how the kids reacted to Pascal and Karol’s visit.

Check out Sydney FC-s Community Project’s for all that’s happening between the club and the local scene.

Also look at our player profiles for both Pascal Bosschaart and Karol Kisel