Football training offers a myriad of benefits that extend beyond the pitch for kids.

Firstly, it instills discipline, teamwork, and essential life skills. Children learn punctuality, dedication, and cooperation through structured training, fostering strong social bonds and respect for their peers. Moreover, as a team sport, football emphasises seamless coordination and communication with teammates, promoting effective collaboration both on and off the field.

Secondly, football training contributes significantly to kids’ physical health and overall well-being. In a time dominated by sedentary activities, the sport encourages regular physical activity, improving cardiovascular health, motor skills, and self-confidence. Witnessing their progress and achievements on the field boosts their self-esteem, creating a solid foundation for personal growth. Furthermore, the sense of accomplishment derived from mastering new skills prepares them to face life’s challenges with determination and resilience.

Overall, early football training not only nurtures their passion for the sport but also molds them into well-rounded individuals, equipped with the necessary tools to thrive in various aspects of life.

For more info about any training sessions please message Colin on 07793 387636

Current Weekly Schedule

Wildcats (girls) (5-11 yrs old)
Sunday 9.15am — 10.30am
Longford Park School


Minikix (3-8 yrs old)
Friday 5pm — 6pm
Stretford High School

6-10 yrs old
Wednesday 6pm — 7pm
Stretford Grammar School

Saturday 9.15am — 10.30am
Longford Park School

10+ yrs old
Wednesday evenings
Various team locations

Sundays 9.30am — 10.30am
Moss Park

With all the recent bad weather some venues may be changed last minute, please message Colin on 07793 387636 to be added to team whatsapp groups for all the latest updates.