Preschool sports series. Rachel Yankey and the team learn all about their football kit. Meanwhile at Pupton Park, Rex and Freddy face a kit-washing disaster.
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-The crowd are going wild.
Here come the Footy Pups.
# They play like a dream when they work as a team
# Footy Pups, go, go, Footy Pups
# There's Pickles and Rex and Geraldine next
# Footy Pups, go, go, Footy Pups
# Rozzie and Benny and Manager Freddie
# Footy Pups, go, go, Footy Pups
# There's Rachel too and, of course, all of you
# Footy Pups, go, go, Footy Pups
# Go, go, go, go, Footy Pups! #
Rachel Yankey, top international footballer,
and all-round sporting superstar.
But when Rachel's not scoring goals for her team,
she's playing with the Footy Pups.
THEY CHEER AND LAUGH
Hi, everyone! We're all warmed up, and it's time to get moving.
Today, on my team, we have...
Number one - Joe.
Oh, I love that.
Number two - Jessica.
Number three - George.
Number four - Beth.
Oh, look at that.
Number five - Evan.
Number six - Holly.
Excellent, well done.
And also joining us
are Geraldine and Rex.
So that's today's team.
OK, guys, gather around, it's team talk time.
Today, we're going to be
looking at football kits.
Who knows what things are in a football kit?
-Ooh, good stuff. Joe?
Shorts, yes, that's right. Jessica?
-Shin pads, brilliant.
-Well done. All brilliant answers.
Our football kit is what we wear when we play football.
And it's really important to make sure we look after it.
If we look and feel good, we'll hopefully play better as a team.
There are three main things to remember about our football kits.
We need to keep it clean, organised, and be proud of it.
OK, let's go and have a practice.
So, I'll split you into pairs. Each pair has a picture of Rex.
But he hasn't got his kit with him.
So we're going to dress him in the correct Footy Pups kit.
First, can you find his football shorts?
-Remember, Rex wears purple!
-Have you got the right ones?
No, they're the wrong ones.
Let's try these.
-Those are looking better.
-Do we feel we got it right?
Fantastic. Let's find Rex's football shirt.
Great work here from the team.
Have a look, which ones are you going to need?
They've got it right.
He's going to need some shin pads. Let's put his shin pads on.
That's right. Shin pads protect your shins from being kicked.
-But what else is he going to need? Evan?
-Let's get his football boots on.
Nicely done. Remember your football boots if you're playing on grass.
Whilst these guys keep practising,
here's a reminder for you at home.
Looking after different parts of your kit is really important.
When it's dirty, it needs to be washed.
Once it's clean and dry,
fold it up, and put it away.
And don't forget to give your football boots a good scrub.
OK, I'm going to challenge you. Through this game,
you'll see how looking after your kit makes things so much easier.
Three, two, one...
I've split the team in two,
and challenged them to a dressing up race.
The red team have a kit that's folded neatly,
and has been looked after.
The yellow team have a kit that's messy in buckets,
and hasn't been looked after.
They need to get dressed in the correct colour kit
before scoring a goal.
Brilliant stuff, Rachel.
The Reds are off to a cracking start.
And the Yellows are right behind them.
Beth's found her neat and tidy shorts.
-Well done, Evan. KIDS:
-Evan! Evan! Evan!
Oh, she's looking determined.
Quick as you can, Evan.
Well done, Evan!
Brilliant stuff! This could be anyone's game.
Quick as you can. Well done, Beth, you're catching up.
Go, go, go! Quick, Joe, quick, Joe.
Well done, Holly.
Joe's found his shorts, and now his T-shirt.
Quick as you can. Well done, Holly. Search for that T-shirt.
It's in there somewhere, Holly. Keep looking.
-Quick, quick, quick.
A fantastic final goal from Joe,
meaning the neat and tidy kits have helped the Reds race to victory.
You're so good at looking after your kit, Rex.
Thanks, Geraldine. But I haven't always been.
Remember that time we were meant to play Baa-rnsley United?
Welcome to Pupton Park,
where Manager Freddie has got a bit of washing to do.
-Look at all this washing! My poor machine cannae take any more.
Don't forget to wash our pom-poms! Thank you.
-And our football kit.
Well, at least that's all of it.
Ah, sorry I'm late.
I've been rounding up all my dirty socks.
You must remember to put your dirty kit in the wash
as soon as you're finished with it.
Or you'll be the scruffiest looking team in the league.
And we've got to look especially tidy
for today's match against Baa-rnsley United.
Those lambs always play smart because they look smart.
So we've got to do the same.
But, Freddie, we've only got one clean kit left.
And we're wearing it.
Then you'd better keep it clean until the match.
You got it, Freddie. We won't mess it up.
Look, Pups. I've got a great game we can play.
Uh, where's the football?
Here. It's an imaginary football.
I take it everywhere, just in case I get bored.
Bored? Freddie said we've got to keep nice and clean
for the big match. What if we get mucky?
That's the best thing about imaginary football.
The ball doesn't get muddy, and neither do we!
Sounds like a puppy plan.
Still clean! Here's the ball, Rozzie. Ruff!
I've got the ball!
Ha-ha! I'm going to score an imaginary goal. Ready?
Phew. I'm still clean!
Sorry. Sorry. Sorry!
What a howler.
-We're all mucky Pups.
And while the Pups are mucky,
the Cheer-fleaders are bored.
There's nothing fun to do without our pom-poms.
Let's play a game. What about I Spy?
Aah, whoa, hee!
I spy, with my teeny eye,
something beginning with G.
Oh. Is it grass?
All we've got to is stand here while you spray us with that hosepipe?
-And the water will wash our kits clean?
-You've got it.
Whoa, I think it's worked!
ALL: Bow wow, we're clean!
-The mud's gone, but now our kit is dripping wet.
-No problem, Geraldine.
We can roll around and dry ourselves off!
Uh-oh. I think I've made it worse.
We'd better ask Freddie if we can use the washing machine.
Or maybe, we can make our own.
Let's play musical chairs. MUSIC PLAYS
You get to sit down when the music stops.
I really miss our pom-poms.
Oh, we can't play football wearing these.
These are the only spare clothes we could find.
-I look like a rainbow!
If we don't wear our kit at today's match,
no-one will know we're on the same team.
But we can wear our kit, after we've washed it in this!
My super soapy washing machine.
Throw in your muddy T-shirts, socks, and shorts.
-Look at the soapy bubbles.
-They'll clean our kit in no time.
-But how is this like a washing machine?
Ah! Bow wow!
Now, everything will be super-clean. Wow, look.
The soap has even turned my rainbow top white.
Where did all the colours go, Rex?
They're all over our football kit.
Pink and orange? These aren't our team colours.
Mine's blue and yellow.
Oh, bones. The colours must have come off my top.
My word, let's hope Freddie doesn't mind.
-Look at the colour of these kits.
-Never mind, Rex.
-I finished washing these pom-poms...
-..so we've just got time
to put some dirty kit in the machine before the Baa-rnsley team get here.
-Better set it to speedy spin!
ALL: Ohh, ohh!
Uh, Freddie? Our pom-poms have shrunk in the machine.
The football kits!
Oh, no, no. I'm such a flea brain.
-We can't wear these.
-They're teeny tiny.
This is a disaster. Now you've got nothing to wear.
Oh, that'll be Baa-rnsley United...
Freddie, there's a big problem.
Baa-a. My little lambs are in need of some urgent shearing.
Their wool's gone wild.
Ba-a-a! We'll have to call off the match. Baa-bye.
Sorry, Pups. Looks like there'll be no football today.
Hang on. This tiny kit has given me an idea.
But first, we need to help Freddie do the rest of this washing.
So, after a good wash, all the Footy Pups' kit is finally clean.
And it looks like Rex has found a use for the shrunken kit, too.
It's a perfect fit for the Cheer-fleaders.
See? We CAN play football after all.
-Against a team of fleas!
-ALL: Bow wow!
If you want to be ideal dream team, keep your kit neat and clean.
# Go, go, go. #
Well done, Rex.
Thanks to you, the whole team are looking smart and playing smart.
Thanks, Freddie. We'll take good care of our kit from now on.
ALL: Oh, Rex.
-Oh, Rex. That really was a washing disaster.
At least the Cheer-fleaders ended up with teeny tiny football kits.
-What happened to your kit?
Oh, I've been playing so much football,
I haven't had time to clean it.
Yeah, and it's a bit whiffy.
I've got an idea.
BOTH: Bow wow!
Oh, that smells much better now that your kit is clean.
-OK, guys, who fancies a game? ALL:
So, I've split you into two teams.
-We've got the Reds. Reds, give me a cheer. REDS:
-And we've got the Yellows. Let me hear you cheer. YELLOWS:
Fantastic. Let's take a look with the Footy Pups
to find out how to play.
To play this game, you need to be clean and tidy.
When the whistle blows... WHISTLE
..the first player on each team runs to the pool,
grabs a clean piece of clothing, and hangs it on the washing line.
They then run back to their team-mates, high five,
and it's the next player's turn.
The winners of this game are the team who collect
the correct kit before the final whistle blows.
Three, two, one. WHISTLE
They're off! Jessica easily finds some clean shorts for her team.
Find something clean...
George is having a good search. Can he find something red?
Well done, that's it.
Have a good look, see if you can find something in your colour.
Beth's found some shin pads for the Reds.
They're straight on the line.
But Evan's right behind her with a giant football.
-High-five your team-mate.
-It's all to play for at the moment.
-Quick, quick, Joe.
-Who'll complete their washing line first?
-Oh, well done.
It's socks for the Yellows, and a football for the Reds.
These kits are really starting to take shape.
-See what you can find.
-No, get a clean one.
-Oh, well done for helping her.
Great teamwork there. But there's no time to waste.
Very good. Very good. Yeah!
Jessica has shin pads for the Yellows,
-but Beth's still searching.
Go, go, go, as quick as you can.
She's got the socks, thank goodness they're clean.
-Oh, good looking, well done.
-The Pups are loving this game.
The Reds are searching for the final piece...
-He's got it!
Time's running out, I can't believe this.
Oh, it's going to be close.
-Let's have a replay.
Both teams were sensational at searching for their clean kit,
and hung it neatly on the washing line.
Let's go to Footy Pups Geraldine and Rex for the final scores.
The Reds completed their washing line of clean kit first...
-..making them today's washing line winners.
My team today have been brilliant at learning at about their kit.
We've dressed Rex, we've kept our kits tidy,
and we've hung clothes on the washing line.
Keeping our kit neat and tidy has helped us play better as a team.
That's it for today, guys. Well done, everyone.
-Now you've got the skill, remember to pass it on.
Rachel Yankey and the team learn all about their football kit. Meanwhile at Pupton Park, Rex and Freddy find themselves with a kit-washing disaster.