Mini Soccer Holiday Courses in Birkenhead
Mini Soccer holiday camps in Birkenhead can undoubtedly boost your child’s footballing skills, but the benefits can also be enjoyed long after the final whistle has blown.
This is because these kid’s school holiday football camps in Birkenhead can help with child development in a multitude of ways, from boosting confidence and self-esteem to encouraging the improvement of interpersonal skills and emotional development.
Our Mini Soccer holiday camps in Birkenhead offer a safe and nurturing environment where children can stay active and enjoy healthy pursuits whilst spending time with new and old friends and enjoying participating as both an individual and as a team. Youngsters are never put under unnecessary pressure to pull off a performance. Instead, our fully qualified and experienced coaching team offers them the space and encouragement they need to recognise their full potential, both on the football pitch and beyond.
Our kid’s school holiday football camps in Birkenhead cater for all ages, between four and 12, and all abilities and experience levels. It doesn’t matter if your child has never kicked a ball before, our coaches will ensure that they get the most out of the course. The days are packed with skills, drills, matches, tournaments and games, and on the last day of the week the children take part in their very own world cup tournament, where the emphasis is placed firmly on having fun.
If you choose to send your child to one of our Mini Soccer holiday camps, you can be assured that they will be separated into age-appropriate groups and will spend their days in an environment designed to make them feel confident, secure and supported.
Our goal is to offer everything that your child needs to feel happy, leaving them free to have fun and leaving you free to get on with other things. There are wrap-around care options available, if you need a little extra flexibility when it comes to picking up and dropping off your child.
The footballing skills covered include shooting, passing, dribbling and heading, meaning that your child’s coordination and overall fitness levels will be given a boost, as will their teamwork skills and ability to concentrate and listen to instructions. Children are constantly rewarded for a range of achievements, including participation, displaying a good attitude and team working skills, as well as for their footballing performances.