NFC Football school
What is the NFC Football school?
The NFC Football School is set up by NFC, together with ‘Totaal Voetbal’. Totaal Voetbal is an organisation that offers technical football training and football camps (amongst others at Swift and NFC), under the guidance of qualified trainers.
The NFC Football School is an additional training offer for Youth (NFC members and non-NFC members), in which technical skills are key. In the regular youth trainings of NFC, trainers naturally pay attention to technical skills. For the very youngest this is mainly done by playing in small spaces. The group will then pay special attention to technical aspects. Trainers of the older youth also work on technical skills with their teams. However, this often happens in larger groups and it is not always possible for children to fully concentrate and get the most out of a training.
Why the NFC Football School?
The specific technical training of the NFC Football School takes place in small groups of a maximum of 6 players. Therefore, there is much more room for individual focus and individual learning points can be worked on, which cannot always be addressed sufficiently in regular trainings with larger groups.
The NFC Football School is also just extra. The children regularly train at NFC twice a week. The extra intensive hour at the NFC Football Shool is then an investment in learning to play football better.
The NFC Football School is on Fridays from 17:00-18:00 hrs. The Football School will start on Friday 18 September 2020.
The cost of participation is €54.50 per person per 4 weeks (so for 4 lessons of 1 hours each). This amount will be paid upfront and directly to the NFC Football School.
Enrolment can be done directly with Evani Mosch, trainer of the NFC Football School, through whatsapp or sms: 06-40640239.
For questions you can also contact the Head of Youth Education of NFC, George Visser, at firstname.lastname@example.org.