Saints Soccer Tots (2-4 year olds)

Saints Soccer Tots sessions are aimed at ALL children aged 2-4 year olds. These sessions are designed to provide an enjoyable start into sport and football where they can develop their skills. The main focus of these sessions are to ensure all children have a fun and positive experience as well as developing their fundamental skills. Sessions will also give children a head start in key areas such as social interaction, listening skills, discipline, routine and teamwork. Progression from these sessions will lead into our Mini Soccer Saints programme (4-6).

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Mini Soccer Saints (4-6 year olds)

The Mini Soccer Saints programme is designed to give ALL 4-6 year olds the best possible start into football and sport. During the session we aim to enhance your child’s skills and FUNdamentals such as Agility, Balance and Coordination otherwise known as the ABC’s. Each session will also focus on basic ball skills, fun games, introduction to rules, discipline and fitness. These session also give your child the opportunity to showcase their talents with the potential of earning a place in one of our invitation only Development Centres. Natural progression from these sessions will be to the nearest Saints Soccer Centre (7-11).

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Saints Soccer Centre (7-11 year olds)

The Saints Soccer Centres provide weekly training for ALL children aged 7-11 years old. The practices focus on developing individual skills to enhance their creativity and challenge their awareness on the pitch. Using the Saints Philosophy, participants will also work on the key skills needed to fulfill their potential. These sessions also give your child the opportunity to showcase their talents with the potential of earning a place in one of our invitation only Development Centres.

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1. FUN

All of our games are fun based, with the main priority being that your child enjoys their first and every experience of the game.

2. Educational

Our games and sessions help to develop young brains, with number counting, colour recognition, memory games and many more types consistently involved in our sessions.

3. Fitness

With child obesity on the rise, especially in the preschool age group, the Government is trying to show how important early fitness is to give your child the best possible start in life. Football is the perfect activity for your child to take on.


I wanted to say a huge thank you to the coaches. Tobes has been attending for a while now initially in Mini Soccer Saints (formerly know as Mini Gunners) which he loved and now he has moved to the Soccer Centre (previously Progression Centre) I cannot stress to you how Football has helped Toby, we have tried to help his confidence in so many ways but it is Football that has done this.


He walks taller when he is at training and my little lad that had NO coordination at all is really doing well at holding his own on the pitch. If he isn’t kicking a ball, he is watching or talking about it. The coaches are full of encouragement for the pupils and every child loves going. You can tell by how hard they work, week by week you can also see the improvement too. It’s a great environment for young footballers. Toby would attend everyday if they could.


Sarah Landfear (Parent)