Melbourne Heart FC’s Clint Bolton met with fans at Fitzroy Gardons on Thursday to help conduct a lunch time kick-about as part of Vic Health’s TeamUp initiative.
Melbourne Heart FC-s Clint Bolton met with fans at Fitzroy Gardons on Thursday to help conduct a lunch time kick-about as part of Vic Health-s TeamUp initiative.
Bolton joined a number of keen fans in small-sided games and encouraged the fans to get active as part of TeamUp - a mobile app that is designed to make physical activity more accessible to everyone in Victoria.
Melbourne Heart has two TeamUp ambassadors, Dylan Macallister and Golgol Mebrahtu, who have participated in previous activities, but it was Bolton, and Melbourne Heart goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne, who led the latest clinic.
The TeamUp application offers Victorians an encyclopaedia of more than 100 sporting activities happening in their local neighbourhoods, seven days a week, right at their fingertips, while giving fans unparalled access to their sporting heroes while playing sport with their mates.
Click play on the video below to see how the clinic with Bolton and fans of the Red and White went
You can download the TeamUp app here.