Book Easter Camps here

The 2018 Sligo Rovers Easter Camps have been launched, with the booking process now underway.
The Easter camps will run for two weeks, starting on March 26th and finishing on April 6th.
Prices and times remain unchanged, with the camp proving to be one of the most competitively priced kids camp in the region.
The cost of the camp is €55 for one child, €90 for two children from the one family and €120 for three children from the one family. The camp starts at 10.30am and finishes at 3pm daily.
Following on from its unprecedented success last year, the newly formed Breakfast Club is also taking place at Easter. The optional Breakfast Club commences at 8.30am each morning at an additional cost of €25 per child. Cereals, toast and juice are provided to the kids at the Breakfast Club, which is then followed by a range of indoor and outdoor activities. Members of the first team will also be in attendance on the Breakfast Club.
Only vetted and experienced coaches are provided on the Sligo Rovers Easter camps.
Each child who takes part in the Easter camp will receive a picture with the Sligo Rovers players, a certificate of participation and a free ticket for a Sligo Rovers home game.
Booking of the Sligo Rovers Easter camp and/or the Breakfast club is advisable.
For more information or to reserve a place on the 2018 Sligo Rovers Easter camps, you can contact the club on 071-9171212 or alternatively you can book online here 

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