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Denver Broncos NFL team train at Harrow School ahead of Wembley game

The Denver Broncos NFL Team trained at Harrow School for three days ahead of their match at Wembley Stadium last Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Broncos players moved to Harrow School’s 3G pitch to host a ‘PLAY 60’ activity afternoon with 120 children from around Harrow.

Tim Dalton, Director of Shaftesbury Enterprises, said: “I just wanted to express my huge gratitude for the NFL community event yesterday. It was an amazing afternoon which provided an unforgettable experience for around 100 local young people (via YHF and the Harrow Club).

Denver Broncos NFL team train at Harrow School ahead of Wembley game Harrow Online
The Denver Broncos at Harrow School. Credit: Adam Duke photography

“I cannot tell you how grateful they were for such an unforgettable opportunity. To see our astro teeming with young people, having the time of their lives, was wonderful.”

The Broncos were victorious in their game at Wembley Stadium as they defeated The Jaguars 21-17.

Congratulating their recent guests, Harrow School Enterprises posted via Facebook: “A massive congratulations to the Denver Broncos for winning their week 8 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, in London. The Team stepped off their plane and arrived at Harrow School on Tuesday the 26 October for an activation session. Three training sessions then took place across Wednesday, Thursday and Friday ahead of the big game! Denver emerged victorious with a 21-17 win at Wembley Stadium.”

“Weeks of planning and preparation took place before the NFL’s Denver Broncos visited Harrow School last week”, they added.
Denver Broncos NFL team train at Harrow School ahead of Wembley game Harrow Online
Credit: Adam Duke photography
“A special thank you to the Harrow School Grounds Team, Catering and Fitness Club who assisted with the operational aspects of the event.”

 

All images courtesy of Adam Duke photography