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Freestyle Soccer Academy (Football)

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Groups, Clubs And Activities
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Telephone number:
01604 846262
Mobile number:
07709 471598
Service description:
The Freestyle Soccer Academy was established at the turn of the millennium in Northamptonshire, and now delivers more than 155 academies across the County each week in local Schools, Leisure Centre’s and football clubs.

Our team of Professional Football Coaches/Teachers deliver on a daily basis fun-educational academies to both boys and girls from ages 3 – 15 years of all abilities. Whether it is the first time a player has kicked a football right through to players who are signed to Professional Football Clubs. The Freestyle Development Academy has to date enabled 37 players sign to Professional Football Clubs across the Midlands.

During School term time, we manage and deliver academies in over 110 different Primary Schools. It is a unique programme aimed at giving local schools the opportunity to have fully qualified and insured professional, enthusiastic and safe soccer coaching sessions for both boys and girls take place without any extra workload for the school, as all the administration and paperwork is dealt with at our head office.

When school is out, we run holiday academies at various venues across the County ranging from Caroline Chisholm School to Moulton Sports Complex to Brixworth Pavilion and many more locations. These academies are immensely popular with children and parents alike, with our fantastic local secure locations and friendly, confident, enthusiastic coaches added to our management of each academy every parent can have the upmost confidence that their child will have a great fun filled day.

As mentioned above, the Freestyle Development Academy also runs weekly for invited players selected from our weekly academies. This enables us to select talented individual players from the huge pool our coaches see each week. The aim of the Development Academy is to enable promising players to progress as young footballers both on and off the pitch at a far greater rate. We aim for each player to constantly develop and improve their technical ability to fulfil their potential as young footballers, whatever level they go on to play in their future careers.
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Age range:
4 years - 14 years
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