A child with ambitions of becoming a professional footballer should definitely attend our holiday camps for the following reasons:
– Our coaches are experienced in dealing with professional
clubs and understand what it takes for a child to get into
– Having more time to spend with the player, our coaches can get a better understanding of the player’s strengths and weaknesses. We are then able to offer more specific advice to the player and parent to help them get to the next level.
– Players need to spend as much time playing as possible and it is difficult to all their training alone or with a parent, they must also ensure they are getting enough opposed practices.
FORMAT OF EACH DAY
Welcome and Registration
Coaches begin to integrate children into group while they are setting up. If children are very nervous and this will be their first camp, we suggest they attend at 10am so they can dive straight into activities without any time to get nervous or let doubts set in.
9.30am – 10am
Fun Games and Basic Technical Tutorials
10am – 10.45am
More Fun Activities and Small Sided Matches
11am – 12pm
Nut Free Policy
Theme of the Day
This could be shooting, receiving, dribbling, tactical, awareness, ball mastery, defending principles or attacking principles. This will also depend on the player’s age. This are aimed at the level of the players we are coaching and coaches offer a great deal of support throughout.
Games/Matches and Tournaments
UPCOMING holiday camps
“I would say, from nearly 100 players signed at pro clubs across all Franchises, I can’t think of one player who got a contract and didn’t attend our holiday camps. For me that’s where we make the biggest impact with our players because we get to work with them for such a long time each day. You see players change through the week.”