Centre Circle helps Hungerball to launch programme in Christchurch

South Island supporter group The Centre Circle has partnered with Hungerball to help launch a programme of fun and inclusive game sessions through two Christchurch clubs.

Through the support of The Centre Circle — who are partners with Friends of Football — Selwyn United and Cashmere Technical will make full use of Hungerball’s inflatable football arena.

Main photo: Centre Circle chairman Bobby Almond (left) with Hungerball founder Andu Iordache at the launch in Christchurch.

Hungerball founder Andu Iordache said: “It was a real pleasure meeting the awesome staff at the two clubs and completing the on-site training for their coaches to support them to make the most of their new arenas by delivering fun and inclusive session for groups of different sizes, ages, and abilities.

“This is a natural extension of our collaboration with Friends of Football in the North Island who have kindly supported Manukau United Football Club with their arena.”

Friends of Football has sponsored Manukau United’s community programme, enabling thousands of youngsters to experience football, often for the first time, through events using the Hungerball arena.

Coaches and youngsters at the launch of the Hungerball programme in Christchurch. Photo: Hungerball.

READ MORE: Check out our stories about Hungerball’s activities >>>>

READ MORE: Learn more about The Centre Circle >>>>

More football stories