Between Monday 13 and Friday 17 May 2019, Liverpool County FA is fully supporting Mental Health Awareness Week – and will be hosting a number of events across Merseyside aimed at bringing together people with experience of mental health issues through football.
The benefit that physical activity has on mental health has been well documented, with exercise proven to reduce stress and improve individuals’ mood, lifting people’s self-esteem and lowering the risk of depression and anxiety.
During Mental Health Awareness Week, four events will be available for people across Merseyside to get involved in.
Monday 13 May
Sefton Park (meet at Foundations Café), 1.30pm – 4.00pm
Tuesday 14 May
Turn Up & Play Football
Jeffrey Humble Football Centre, 12.00pm – 2.00pm
Wednesday 15 May
Thatto Health, 3.00pm – 4.00pm
Friday 17 May
Jeffrey Humble Football Centre, 1.00pm – 2.00pm
For more information or to register a place on any of the above sessions, please contact:
Mark Horlick, Football Development Officer at Liverpool FA, via email@example.com or by calling 07736 157310.
In addition to participant-led activity, Liverpool FA will also be organising events specifically for the team of staff based at Walton Hall Park to bring individuals together and provide an opportunity to relax and open dialogue.
For more information on Mental Health Awareness Week, please visit mhfaengland.org