On Monday 6th February England striker Harry Kane partnered with Lucozade Sport to host an exclusive training session with over 140 fans in support of Lucozade Sport’s Made to Move campaign; aiming to get 1 million people moving more by 2020.
Having won the opportunity to take part through a social media competition fans eagerly arrived at Lucozade Power League in Vauxhall, London to join Harry in a 90 minute football skills session. The Lucozade Sport ambassador led the group in a warm up before taking players in small groups through some of his personal shooting drills.
Harry was joined by top coaching staff that helped put fans through their paces with a variety of testing challenges from passing and control skills, obstacle dribbling skills and sprinting and agility drills.
Harry Kane said “This is the first time I have done something like this, on this scale and it was great fun. Normally, I’m the one taking part in the training session, so it was nice to be on the other side and I really enjoyed working out with fans. The response to the Lucozade Sport Made to Move session has been incredible; to see over a thousand people keen to come down and be a part of the drills session was overwhelming and I want to get behind more initiatives like this to get people moving more and taking part in sport.”
This event is in support of Lucozade Sport’s Made to Move campaign which aims to get 1 million people moving more by 2020, which was kicked off last October with a flashmob run around Hampstead Heath hosted by the IBF Heavyweight World Champion boxer Anthony Joshua.
For more information on the campaign please visit:www.lucozadesport.com/madetomove