There is a reason why football is the most played game in the world. Not only does your child learn important life skills like decision making, creativity, Quick thinking, team spirit, co-ordination, leadership, the beautiful game helps keep the child fit and balance the stress of studies, keeping the child, fit, healthy, focused, and most importantly, happy!
Not all the kids involved in the game will grow up to be footballers only, but they will all be adults one day.
In spite of their professional future in any kind of area, they need to learn to co-operate, communicate and be supportive with people. This is what football can give you, and you can carry for life.
Having fun while they learn, is the biggest objective for us, at I.C.F.A. This a golden opportunity for the parents, to help balance the stress of academics of today with an hour and a half of pure fun!
Provide the opportunity to learn, through a very structured curriculum to ensure that they can reach their potential. At I.C.F.A, we will strive to make the next generation, fall in love with the game, and learn the principle of football, through meticulously designed theory and practical sessions.
Provide constant feedback, and communication with parents and their wards, to make sure proper learning has taken place
Provide the right opportunity for the more serious footballer, to graduate to competitive football at higher levels. We want the scouts from different clubs to select as many I.C.F.A products as possible.
The training sessions will consist of three core aspects:
» Technical training:
The right set of skills that have to be mastered as a basic need of the game, that include as many touches on the ball as possible, getting comfortable with the ball and not being scared of it. These turns, moves and skills will let the player keep the ball in tight situations.
» Tactical training:
When the young footballer becomes familiar with the ball, develops a good technique and skill on the ball, the using the right skill/technique at the right time becomes crucial. Making the right decision in a split second comes with age and the right tactical training. Positional sense, awareness and a cool head in pressure situations are some of the aspects a good footballer should develop. I.C.F.A believes in letting the game be the teacher. With some specially designed fun games, I.C.F.A aims to develop creative intelligence in the young footballer.
» Fitness conditioning:
Kids at this age, (8-12) like to run till they drop. Keeping in mind their physical characteristics, these fun games will ensure that the young footballer has fun whilst learning, also that they remain active, with regular attendance, a change in the kid's general behavior (lethargy, laziness) will be noticeable.