Stoke City Football Club and One Goal together are promoting the message of nutrition for every child at Barclays Asia Trophy (BAT) this month. The Potters are wearing shirts representing the cause and One Goal's logo throughout the tournament.

In addition, a special One Goal module has been developed between World Vision nutritionists and coaches from Stoke City football club included at the Premier Skills coaching programme alongside BAT. Premier Skills, the hugely successful international coaching programme from the British Council and Premier League, invites over 100 Singaporean coaches, parents, teachers and referees to benefit from the groundbreaking community coaching initiative.

The objective of the module is to be able to teach coaches how to deliver sessions on healthy lifestyles to children. The workshop's debut was at Premier Skills on Saturday and showcased practically at the Community Festival on Tuesday. 

During the Premier Skills launch event, Stoke manager Mark Hughes came out to join young footballers, on the pitch and celebrate the partnership between Stoke and One Goal to bring nutrition and a healthy lifestyle to every child in Asia.

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All photos: Premier League, July 2015.