Mini Soccer at Hough End Centre in Chorlton
Kid’s Mini Soccer football sessions in Manchester are the perfect way for children to discover and enjoy the game of football.
Featuring a scaled-down version of association football, the soccer played, as well as the games and activities are tailor-made to meet the needs of youngsters between the ages of five and 12.
Smaller teams and games played on reduced-sized pitches make sure that the fully qualified FA coaches can monitor each child and help them to develop their skills and confidence as fast as possible.
The sessions have been created to ensure that every boy and girl spends almost the entire two hours on the ball, allowing them to explore and learn a wide variety of skills and experience many different aspects of the game.
Mini Soccer in Chorlton, held at the Hough End Centre, offers youngsters a safe environment in which to practice and develop dribbling, passing and shooting skills. It is also a great way to boost health and fitness and improve children’s confidence, co-ordination, communication and social skills.
There is no pressure to perform; kid’s Mini Soccer football sessions in Manchester are ideal for children of all abilities and personalities. Prizes for Player of the Week are up for grabs but these are as likely to be awarded for having a good attitude as they are for technical footballing skills.
Children can learn new skills and make new friends in sessions that revolve around having fun. Many do not even realise how much they are learning as they take part in mini-matches, tournaments, games and drills.
If they want to, they can wear a special Mini Soccer kit – available for £15 – and really feel part of a friendly team, led by coaches who have a wealth of experience in working with young people.
The Little Sports Coaching coaches understands how to motivate, encourage and help youngsters to learn, without making them feel pressured or uncertain about their own abilities.
Mini Soccer in Chorlton is perfect for giving children a positive experience of being part of a team and helping them to develop skills that will prove useful way beyond the lines of the football pitch.