Capital Football is excited to announce a fantastic opportunity for young players to train with our skilled and knowledgeable coaches and improve their essential football skills. The Capital Football Skill Development Program (SDP) is a football specific program for players looking to improve their four core skills: 1v1, first touch, running with the ball and striking the ball.
The SDP uses the same exercises as the Skills Acquisition Program (SAP) and appoint FFA qualified coaches to each squad. The squads available (subject to registration numbers) include U10 Boys, U10 Girls, U12 Boys and U12 Girls. The SDP is an exciting, fun and invaluable learning experience for young players who are looking to advance their understanding of football, improve their fundamental skills and ability to play the game. The coaches are skilled and knowledgeable along with being highly enthusiastic and are sure to create an exciting environment for all participants.
In 2016, there will be four programs conducted, with each program running during the ACT school term. The dates for each program, along with session times, are listed below. All sessions are held on Friday evenings at Hawker Football Centre, Walhallow St Hawker.
Term Three: 29th July to 16th September
Term Four: 21st October to 9th December
U10 Boys and Girls: 5pm-6pm (PLEASE NOTE: MINIMUM AGE OF 8 YEARS OLD)
U12 Boys and Girls: 6:15pm-7:15pm
$250 per player, per program, includes:
– 8 x 1 hour sessions at the Hawker Football Centre, on a state of the art surface meeting FIFA’s two star synthetic surface rating (total cost $250.00 per player)
– Register other children from the same immediate family at discounted rates (must be from the same immediate family only)
– Conducted by coaches with advanced coaching accreditation
REGISTRATIONS FOR TERM THREE ARE NOW OPEN. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
OTHER TERMS WILL OPEN FOR REGISTRATION THROUGHOUT THE YEAR ON THIS PAGE.
Please note registrations will not be accepted without payment.
If you have any questions regarding SDP please contact Matthew Elliott on 6175 7112 or firstname.lastname@example.org