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Course Bookings

All of our currently available courses are listed below. For further information and the upcoming dates and times of the courses, or to book a place, please visit our online bookings page.

Summer Camp 2021

Running between Monday, 19th July 2021 and Friday, 6th August 2021.

Sign up for one of our fantastic Camps with Clyde FC this summer!

Your child will enjoy our five day course and leave with some great memories, having learned some new skills and made some new friends.

Our camp format is designed for everyone to come along and enjoy themselves along with having great fun during the week.

We have daily challenges to keep the kids active along with some other new and exciting ideas we will introduce throughout the week.

Football Fans in Training

Football Fans in Training (pronounced FFIT) is set to return to Clyde as community programmes start to get back underway after months of Covid-19 restriction.

All sessions will be following Scottish Government guidelines in relation to health and safety during Covid-19, to help create a safe and welcoming environment for football fans to get back in action.

Now Clyde is ready to get a new season of FFIT up and running, and is encouraging supporters who are interested in participating to sign up.

What We Offer

Open to both men and women (delivered via separate programmes), FFIT provides football fans with an opportunity to become healthier, lose weight, and become happier at the same time.

Men and women aged 35-65 with a waist of 38 inches or a belly size of 40 inches are invited to participate.

The 12-week programme (plus a 'week zero' session) aims to help participants:

  • Increase knowledge of diet & nutrition
  • Improve lifestyle choices
  • Increase physical activity amongst participants
  • Reduce weight and waist measurements
  • Increase engagement in other physical activity

The programme was created by the SPFL Trust in partnership with the University of Glasgow. It is funded in Scotland, by the Scottish Government.