January/February blocks are now available to book online

Book your sessions now!

Wolverhampton Grammar School in the Sports Hall (Saturdays out on grass if weather permits)

Monday evenings 6pm to 7pm, for children aged 4 to 12 years. 

Tuesday evenings 6pm to 7pm, for children aged 4 to 12 years. 
No spaces available at this session

Thursday evenings 6pm to 7pm, for children aged 4 to 12 years. No spaces available at this session

Saturday mornings 9am to 10.30pm, for children aged 4 to 12 years. No spaces available at this session

Wednesfield High School in the Sports Hall

Wednesday evenings 6pm to 7pm, for children aged 4 to 12 years. No session until further notice

The Dormston Centre in the Sports Hall 

Friday evenings 6pm to 7pm, for children aged 4 to 12 years. 


Aldersley Leisure Village in the Sports Hall 

Friday evenings 5pm to 6pm, for children aged 4 to 12 years. No spaces available at this session

Weekly football is booked online as a block, for example 7 weeks, according to the length of a half term. This is so that we know exactly how many children will attend each session and we can maintain the necessary ratios.

CHILDREN SHOWING COVID 19 SYMPTOMS
If a child appears to have symptoms they should not take part & the parent/guardian will be contacted immediately.


Where and When?
Regular weekly sessions for children at various venues in Wolverhampton including Wolverhampton Grammar School, Aldersley Leisure Village, Wednesfield High Academy and The Dormston Centre. Our coaches deliver high quality coaching sessions in a safe environment. The recommended ratio of players to coaches is not exceeded and children are coached within their own age bands. Strict rules of behaviour apply while, at the same time, children enjoy their skill work and small-sided games. Young players from different schools in their neighbourhood have the chance to meet each other and make new friends.

For the youngest boys and girls, the 4 to 7 year-olds, basic movement skills will be developed (Agility, Balance, Co-ordination and Speed) alongside basic dribbling, turning, passing, control, shooting, running with the ball and goalkeeping skills, using a range of fun games and challenges.

For older players, the 8 to 12 year-olds, there is a continuing development of movement skills and a progression in skill activities and games. Discovery learning is used to improve players' knowledge. FUTSAL (small-sided football recognised and supported by FIFA, UEFA and The FA) and Panna football (1V1 scoring as many goals as possible or a nutmeg to win the game) will also be introduced at this stage to encourage skilful and creative play.

Who is it for?
Girls and boys of all abilities who want to learn and practise football skills. Regular weekly coaching develops players, improves confidence and helps them to reach their potential. Children aged 4 to 12 years are able to register.

What is the cost?
Registation is FREE.
We need to know how many players will be attending a session; block booking is now required each half term and will vary with the number of weeks per half term. From September 2021:  £4.30 per one hour session (£6.45 on Saturday morning, one and a half hours).

Health and Safety
We want everyone who takes part to be safe as well as enjoy it.

We have a Covid 19 Risk Assessment in place. As part of our actions to protect our coaches and customers during the COVID 19 pandemic these guidelines have been created to support current government policies and guidelines.


*Children will have to sanitise hands on arrival, following toilet trips and before leaving.

*A maximum of 2 children will be sent to the toilet to comply with social distancing guidelines and they will be reminded to comply.

When do the coaching sessions take place?
Weekday evenings and Saturday mornings during term time.

Please call Wayne Clark if you have any questions on 07803 908410
 
Book in advance
You will need to book online before your first visit. 

What you will need
Players should wear trainers and bring football boots if they have them. Shin pads are essential.