FA Skills coaching

by on Jan.16, 2018, under Coaching Courses

The Club has organised half term coaching for girls aged 7 to 11, delivered by FA Skills coaches. This is a club player only opportunity as numbers are limited to 32 places. It takes place at Long Lane on February 22nd 10.00 til 2.00 at a cost of £3 per player. To book a place, […]

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Safeguarding & First Aid Courses

by on Jan.09, 2017, under Coaching Courses

As part of the Club’s own Safeguarding Week, we have organised 2 courses at the clubhouse as follows: – Tuesday 17th January 6.30 – 9.30 FA Safeguarding Course Monday 23rd January 6.30 – 9.30 FA First Aid Course These courses are open to parents within teams, subject to places going to managers and coaches who […]

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Club Safeguarding Week starts January 16th 2017

by on Dec.21, 2016, under Coaching Courses, FA Respect Campaign

With the well publicised abuse scandal hitting football at the elite level, the club is taking the lead locally and has organised a Safeguarding Week commencing 16 January 2107.   During this week we will have a club only Safeguarding Course at the clubhouse – date to be confirmed.This will be for managers who have […]

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by on Oct.03, 2016, under Coaching Courses

HALF TERM COACHING by FA SKILLS COACHES The Club has organised coaching on Tuesday 25th at the clubhouse in Long Lane for boys aged 5 to 11 and girls aged 7 to 11! FA coaches will focus on ‘love the ball, love the game’ by developing the players technically, physically, psychologically & socially in fun-filled […]

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