SATURDAY MORNING CLUB
Adam Bradley Football Coaching have been running Saturday morning sessions since March 2014.
We cover a different skill during each term which gives our coaches the opportunity to emphasise the key points that enable the players to improve their technique. Where possible, we will allow children to work with their own ball as we feel this helps them develop at their own pace and relieves any pressure that working in pairs or small groups may cause.
Each session will finish with a small sided game to allow players to put into practice the skills they've been working on that week.
We run these sessions at Faringdon Town Football Club and all of our players are invited to consider signing for the club once they reach the appropriate age. At present, our Saturday morning club has been responsible for creating 8 youth teams with a number of players joining us for extra training when their matches move to a Sunday.
Sessions begin at 10:00am, finish at 12:00pm and run on every Saturday during term time - weather permitting!
Booking for these sessions is essential and numbers will be limited to 30 children.
The cost of the 2 hour session is £7.50 and payment will need to be made at the time of booking.
"I thoroughly recommend Adam Bradley’s football coaching club!
My 10 year old has been going for many years now : after school and Saturday mornings in Faringdon, and half term camps too.
The lovely Adam and his friendly team provide football training to a very high standard and at a very reasonable price.
But, more importantly, my son is having so much fun learning the sport, building his confidence and enjoying himself at the same time. As for me, I’ve always been completely confident that my son is in very safe hands."
"Having tried other football courses and different sports, my child has always struggled to join in without the support of a parent. This has all changed since he started Saturday morning club 4 months ago. My child loves getting up and ready on a Saturday morning as he knows he is going to ‘Adam’s football’ and he happily goes off to play as soon as we arrive. He’s always disappointed that it’s finished and, when I come to pick him up, he leaves with a huge smile on his face, excited to tell me about what he got up to that morning."