Frontline Development

Frontline Development

 

 

AGES 5 YEARS – 12 YEARS

 

Our Frontline Development group brings together everything our players have learned over the Minis and Juniors course, with an added strong, detailed focus on the technical aspects of individual, game related skills. With the addition of realistic practices to enhance a player’s understanding of the game, playing as a team and how to make great decisions when in and out of possession. We continue to focus on fair play, building successful and appropriate communication skills and team work.

 

With a high level of expertise, we understand that more touches on the football lead to better skills being gained, and wiser decisions being made. Practice sessions therefore circulate around players having their own ball, and exercises being designed with a variety of different progressions, pressures and game situations.

 

All our players, be they new or old, experienced or brand-new to the sport, will find our courses catered for them, with appropriate challenges and levels of competition that see them learn the game at their speed, and encouraged to develop themselves.

 

 

What Makes Our Development Group Course Great:

 

  • Football-focused, with emphasis on individual skills, and developing teamwork

  • Children play independently from parents, finding solutions and making decisions for themselves

  • 60 minute classes

  • Practices designed to cater for all abilities and skill levels

  • Efficiently staffed, by FA/UEFA qualified coaches, all carrying CRB and 1st Aid certificates

  • Safe, fun, learning environment

  • Saturday and Sunday sessions available

  • Pathway into Frontline Football Academy available

 

What We Develop:

 

Through Frontline Football’s fun through learning philosophy, we look to inspire all aspects of a child’s physical and mental development. Throughout any Frontline Development course, we will look to positively affect:

  • Technical and Tactical Development

  • Social skills and emotion control

  • Communication and use of correct language

  • Motor Skills and ABCs (Agility, Balance and Coordination)

  • Developing strong relationships and team ethics

  • Physical well-being, development and outlook on exercise

  • Mathematical development, and individual creativity and Imagination

 

Available Frontline Junior Sessions:

  • Saturday 1.30 - 3pm @ Trent Park Country Cub

  • Sunday 1-2pm @ Trent Park Country Club

 

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