4 to 6 years

  • The objective will be for all of the kids to have fun, make friends, and learn football skills.
  • Players at young age are taught to first develop the full i range locomotor (running, jumping, hopping, turning, pushing, pulling, bending, twisting, swinging etc.)
  • movement skills before they can become adept at manipulative skills (eye to hand and eye to foot coordination).
  • The goal is to introduce them to basic concepts like dribbling and kicking and make it enough fun that they want to keep playing as their bodies and minds mature.
  • The focus is more on individual skills.

7 to 9 years

  • This focuses on teaching the fundamental techniques of the game and showing players how to master these into skills.
  • Tailor-made for junior players with a fun and friendly atmosphere, the focus is on developing motor skills while increasing the mastery over the ball.
  • The players are taught individual skills to take on an opponent and they start group activities with a partner which include cooperative and competitive drills.

10 to 13 years

  • Training designed to use their technique while also developing their game understanding of team shape, attacking and defensive responsibilities.
  • More advanced technical drills and small sided games are used to imitate game like situations.
  • Focus is also given to developing physical performance and developing a mature approach to their physical and mental preparation for training and matches.

14 to 18 years

  • Advanced technical and tactical sessions designed to develop players to the needs of the 11-a-side game.
  • Youth players will be taken through position- specific physical and technical training.
  • Players also discover how the skills learnt from the game can help them mature and take responsibility for their own development.