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Football in the Happy Kids

Playing at Happy Kids with coach Peter, you will have fun and learn new skills. The main focus is making sure all kids have a smile on their face. The international experience I gained over the past few years, I am confident that your child can benefit from the sessions.
Children better their coordination skills, making sure they use both of their feet and practice social skills. Children will have an opportunity to demonstrate the exercises and skills they learned, during practice they all have their own football. Throughout the year they will learn to control the ball and understand what it is to play in a team.

The international experience I gained over the past few years, I am confident that your child can benefit from the sessions. Children better their coordination skills, making sure the  y use both of their feet and practice social skills. Children will have an opportunity to demonstrate the exercises and skills they learnt, during practice they all have their own football. Throughout the year they will learn to control the ball and understand what it is to play in a team.

Come and join on Tuesdays from 16:00-17:00. As long as its not rainy, we will go outside. Please bring appropriate clothing and water bottle, equipment for the session will be provided by me. Should you have any questions, please contact me on my mobile/email or just ask me questions after the session. Hope to see you on the pitch.

Benefits of Playing Football

Making friends – joining a youth football team will give a child the chance to forge friendships with
their team mates that can last a lifetime.

Build self confidence – a great way for children to gain confidence is through doing something they
love with their friends. When a child is part of a football team they can develop a strong friendship
group and a real sense of belonging. Children can gain confidence as their ability develops and the
team experiences success on the pitch.

Improve communication – to be successful on the pitch a team must work well together, which
means communicating with each other when playing and passing the ball.

Building parent/child bonds – football is an opportunity to share something that you both love.

Improve social skills – when playing as part of a team, children can learn how to communicate with
each other and with adults such as coaches and referees.

Increased energy – playing sport regularly will generally give a child more energy, which in turn can
lead to greater stamina and physical ability, and improved mental agility.

Greater focus – playing regularly for a youth football team is a positive addition to a child’s routine,
giving them something healthy and enjoyable to focus on.

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