Elite Feet Football Development
Petite Feet and Nipper clubs (Ages 3-5Ã½ years) Why leave out our youngest stars??
These sessions are designed to introduce our Petite players to structure and group activities whilst having fun playing games about dome of their favourite characters from some of their favourite things (but don't worry, we don't forget to teach the fundamentals of footy!!)... these are sessions like you have never seen before and parents are welcome to stay and watch the fun!
Elite Technique clubs (Ages 6-14 years) For our older children we focus on some technical skills, but we know the holidays are for excitement and adventure.... Our worldwide curriculum is perfect for this time of the year, especially during the 2010 world cup! Children will visit a different football country every day and learn the key skills that made that country famous in the sport. Not only do we practice all of our skills and learn a new move daily, we also have time for lots of competitions, challenges and tournaments!
- All staff are CRB checked at enhanced disclosure level
- Full public and employers liability insurance
- First Aid qualified
- FA qualified coaching staff
- Partner and provider for Extended Schools consortiums in St Albans and Churchgate
- Supporter of the national 'Change 4 Life' campaign
Courses run weekly at various locations. Please contact us to find your closest session or course.
From 9am-6pm... we're sure you'll find a time that suits you and your football star!!
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