What’s happening at Three Kings United this month

The holiday programme has kicked off at Three Kings United – the bad weather has not deterred the group of young keen footballers attending so far!

There is still availability for tomorrow’s programme, so if you want to learn more or enroll your child or children – you can do so here.

We are still getting quite a few enquiries about registering for the season. Althoughregistration has now closed for 2018, we have the TKU Term Three Academy Programmes beginning soon, which are open to both members and non-members.

This is a great way for your children to improve their football skills in a fun environment. Witha robust curriculum for each programme, plus oversight, management and delivery from our Director of Football, Paul Bateson, the programme delivers high quality sessions for players to excel in.

 Fun Football Centre 

The TKU Fun Football Centre is for boys and girls wholove the game and want to play more often,so they can improve their ball mastery and skill acquisition.

Boys and girls joining this programme will be taken through the New Zealand Football Junior Framework curriculum,with an emphasis on developing competencies in striking the ball (passing, shooting etc.), 1v1, receiving the ball, travelling with the ball (running and dribbling) plus 1v1 defending.

For more information about our Fun Football Centre programme or to book for term three, please click HERE

Skills Centre 

The TKU Skills Centreprovidesan aligned, co-ordinated approach to junior footballers, aged 9-12 years, wishing to access a higher level of provision (do you mean proficiency ?). Its main aim is to provide a structured programme for players, in an enjoyable environment that maximises player development. Through a planned, consistent approach to training, based around principles of Long Term Player Development, the TKU Skills Centre will provide a perfect start for players wishing to reach the highest level. Players taking part in the Skills Centrewill follow the recently launched Skills Centre curriculum, designed by NZ Football, focusing on striking the ball (passing, shooting etc.), 1v1, receiving the ball, travelling with the ball (running and dribbling) plus 1v1 defending.

Players taking part in the Skill Centrewill follow the recently launched Skills Centre curriculum, designed by NZ Football, focusing on striking the ball (passing, shooting etc.), 1v1, receiving the ball, travelling with the ball (running and dribbling) plus 1v1 defending.

At this programme, players will need to be highly motivated and dedicated to football and want to learn and practice to a high level.

For more information about our Skills Centre programme, please click HERE

TKU would also like to congratulate Lizzie Beggs (and new grandmother Cath).  Lizzie gave birth to a baby daughter on Tuesday.

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