Millwall and QPR fans will be entertained by 15 young street dancers from Southwark's Tabard Gardens Estate during the half time interval at the Den on Tuesday 8 March.
To warm up for the performance in front of 20,000 paying fans, the dancers will give their first public performance at Hankey Hall for their friends and family on Monday.
The 6-18 year old girls and boys have been taught weekly by dance specialists 'Team Kaizen' in partnership with Millwall Community Scheme.
They have shown superb commitment to developing their skills and routines in a very short space of time, working alongside their coach Arthur every day during half term.
Funding from United St Saviour's Charity has enabled hundreds of young people to take part in the street dance and football coaching activities on the estate on Monday nights since August 2010.
Youth providers and parents have formed groups to help the tenants' and residents' association find the funding to continue Millwall Community Scheme's positive intervention on the estate.
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