Girls Only Courses

Overview

Along with our male and mixed courses, BACT also offers Girls Only Skill Centres and also Girls Only Player Development Centres. Qualified FA coaches will lead the girls through fun drills and games to help further their skills and techniques whilst allowing them to make friends and having an enjoyable time.

Girls Only Sunday Skills Centre (Ages 5-12)

Our Sunday Skills Centres, based at the Burton Albion Community Football Centre 3G, are designed to develop youngsters fundamental movements, in a fun, football environment. 

Previous sessions have ran on a Saturday and Sunday morning at various locations, however, all session are now ran on just a Sunday morning at our very own state-of-the-art facility.

The sessions, that are ran in partnership with ADS Consultancy, are available to children aged 5-12 years old. The sessions will run from 9am-10am.

Time

All sessions are from 9am-10am

Ages

5-12 year olds

Cost

From 17th September – £18 for 6 non consecutive sessions or £4 per session

Address

Burton Albion Community Football Centre, Pirelli Stadium, DE13 0AR

 

Girls Only Holiday Courses

Holiday Courses are provided all year round so that children can participate in our footballing activities. Our coaches create a great environment that allows children to have fun, make new friends and develop their footballing skills. Here at BACT, we also offer ‘girls only’ holiday courses, allowing females to play in an environment which involves just girls.

Time

All sessions are from 9am-10am

Ages

5-12 year olds

 

Address

Burton Albion Community Football Centre, Pirelli Stadium, DE13 0AR

Cost

£12 per day in advanced (£14 turn up on the day)

Block bookings are available – (dependant on number of course days)

Premier League Girls Programme

The Premier League Girls Football programme is run jointly by the Premier League, Sport England, The FA and Football League Trust to encourage more females aged between 14 and 25 to take part in football.

BACT currently provide 10 satellites sessions so far across east Staffordshire, to provide the best opportunities for girls to get involved in football. With Links to our other development sessions, and further links to our partner clubs if they want to get involved in a team.

The programme has two main objectives:

  • To increase the number of women and girls playing football on a regular basis
  • To increase the opportunities for women and girls to develop skills and confidence and progress within the pathway as a player, coach or official

Contact lucy.jelf@burtonalbionct.org for more information on getting involved with the programme.

 

Book A Course

Book online at www.officialsoccerschools.co.uk/burtonalbion/ or by calling Chloe Broadbent on 01283 246207.

 

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