Our Weekly Soccer program is a 2 hour soccer clinic held in a safe and friendly environment by certified FFA coaches, in order for young people to learn and improve their skills, make new friends and have fun exercising. This program is divided into below groups:
  • Under 14 year old boys
  • Youth boys 16-21
  • Women and Girls 14-21 years old


The After School Program is a 8 week soccer clinic facilitated by certified coaches to encourage school children to turn to sport after school, instead of hanging around the wrong crowd and participating in anti-social or criminal behaviour. Our aim is to reach out to youth who may not necessarily participate in sports. Emphasis here is on health, fitness and well-being through a fun activity where current skill levels should not hold back anyone.

We believe team sports help young people learn to be accountable, responsible, disciplined, passionate and driven to improve. They expose them to meet new friends. Apart from character building, many studies have shown sports – especially team sports – help students do better academically. For instance, repetitive drills of set pieces, memorizing tactics and team strategies are skillsets that can be directly relevant to classwork. Goal- setting and leadership skills learnt on the field can also be transferred to the classroom.


The Elite intensive program has been developed for 12 to 18 year old boys and girls. This is designed to further develop the individual players’ skill and overall football ability.
The Elite Squads are for the more advanced players and suited to players playing NPL or in their ‘A’ Teams for their club as it is a more intense program.
Program sessions includes:
  • General match play


  • Provide free mentorship for young people in the west with the aim of enhancing support for young people to access education and employment opportunities.
  • Deliver leadership training in partnership with other organisations to improve social and community connectedness.
  • Focus on employment and training outcomes
  • Engage disengaged young people

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