The Jacksonville Jaguars are continuing to inspire young Brits to play American Football as well as use the sport to improve their health and confidence as their partnership with Oakington Manor Primary School enters its final weeks.
The school are set to show what they have learned over the 12-week football and character programme when Jaguars safety Sergio Brown comes to town on Wednesday July 15 to promote the 2015 International Series and coach the children.
Former Jaguars defensive tackle and Pro-bowl superstar Marcus Stroud visited the school earlier this year where he ignited interest with sessions in-class and on-field in addition to participating in the school's podcast.
The school had received merchandise for the children and their parents from the Jaguars community department and the children were ready in their Jaguars gear for Stroud when he arrived.
The children have also taken part in a skype call with their partnered school in Jacksonville, Tiger Academy, and a second call is scheduled before the end of the season.
And even 'Coach' Brown will be taking a call with the school ahead of his trip to the UK to meet the new young Jaguars face-to-face.
This community programme is all part of the Jaguars' commitment to London ahead of their International Series Games at Wembley Stadium.