Fun football courses for children of all abilities aged 5-14 run during the school holidays at venues across Sussex. Our focus is on everyone having a great time, making new friends and improving their football skills. Specialist Goalkeepers’ courses also run.
Friendly and fun Saturday morning football for all abilities ages 5-14; plus Girls Only Courses. Venues in Brighton and Hove.
Term time weekly football coaching programmes at various Sussex venues for keen young football players to further develop skills and techniques. Programmes include age specific football courses and specialist Goalkeeper Courses.
A five day/ four night intensive residential coaching programme for regular players, aged 9-15, who want to further enhance their football skills . Includes full board accommodation and fun evening activities. Plus a friendly tournament against visiting team, a visit to Amex Stadium and Q&A session with Brighton players.
AITC offers inclusive football and multi sports sessions to children with additional needs and their siblings. These include fun, social sessions as well as the opportunity to play competitive disability sports.
Brighton & Hove, West Sussex and East Sussex. For course bookings and information visit www.albioninthecommunity.org.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Prices vary according to course length and content. Advance booking is essential.
AITC courses are run by carefully selected staff who are all fully qualified football coaches. They are DBS (CRB) checked, trained in Emergency Aid and Safeguarding Children and are FA Licensed.
This recommendation was made verbally by a parent speaking to the KalliKids team and confirmed in writing.
My boys have attended holiday football courses run by Albion in the Community at Blatchington Mill and other schools in the local area. The location has really worked for us, and it's great that you can get sibling discount. The classes have a great ethos of fun, fairness and inclusion for all, so it's not just all competitive training. The courses aren't all match based either, but include skills and fun games as well. The staff were really friendly and professional and I was more than happy to leave my children there.
We have been using the Albion for the last 7 years. My son plays for the Albion, so is connected closely with them, and he always attends their holiday courses. We found out about them when the club came to my son's school and saw him play, so invited him for a trial. I like the fact that they actually `coach` the children, and make them think for themselves, rather than just being instructed to do things. All the coaches respect the children, and talk to them as an equal, listening to them and then discussing tactics, options etc. This means the children take the course seriously and so get a lot from them. It would be brilliant if they ran even more courses as there is usually only one that is local to us.
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