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Mini Soccer

Grade 3 to Grade 5
Timings – 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

KG to Grade 2
Timings – 2:15 PM to 3:00 PM

Mini Tennis

KG to Grade 2
Timings – 1:00 PM to 1:45 PM

Grade 3 to Grade 5
Timings – 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM


Grade: 3-5
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM

Futsal: Futsal is considered one of the most important sports for developing soccer players and is a game that is played professionally all over the world.

The reason it is such a great augmenting tool for soccer training are these four things:

  1. Technique: due to the space being tighter the players must execute each technique (passing, receiving, shooting, etc.) with more speed and precision then they would need to on a full size soccer pitch. Players also get more exposure to the ball which directly impacts their development.
  2. Tactics: since their are fewer players and positions the learning curve is much less drastic than it would be for soccer. Also players will develop a more complete understanding of both offensive and defensive principles of play since they will be more involved in both aspects of the game.
  3. Decision making: Due to the increase in pressure and the decrease in space each player is challenged to think and act more quickly which directly impacts their decision making while on the field when they have more time and space.
  4. Responsibility: Futsal forces all players to take on more responsibility and each action taken by the player will have an immediate and visible result.


Grade: K-2
Time: 2:15-3:00 PM

FUNino Soccer: FUNino is the fastest growing youth football development game in the world at the moment.

Having been part of the Spanish Football Development Model since 1993, this unique game that consists of many variations has captured the imagination of youth coaches across Europe, particularly Germany and Italy and is also used extensively in the USA.

This game is designed to develop a child’s game intelligence by exposing them to different and constantly changing game situations.