Rollersoccer

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Rollersoccer

More people have been to the moon than currently play this sport in the UK, despite London hosting rollersoccer's first two World Cup events. That’s probably because few of us are well coordinated enough to control a ball while wearing inline skates. But if you fancy having a go (apparently it’s pretty funny as well as being a good cardio work out), beginners are welcome at this ten-year anniversary session. To take part you’ll need to be over 13, have access to your own skates and helmet, be able to control your speed  and know how to turn. Spectators are also welcome if you’re curious but not quite ready to roll with the players.

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Event website: http://www.rollersoccer.co.uk
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After seeing the video I'm going to try this!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsfiY0-ZISc