The NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers will be continuing their summer holiday clinics this week with some special visitors set to make a visit.
Holiday Clinics are located all over Western Sydney and provide the opportunity for youngsters to either be introduced to football or finesse their skills.
Powered by Soccer Kickstart, the sessions follow through on proven development systems that follow the FFA Curriculum.
Participants are gauranteed to have a great time developing their football skills in a dynamic high quality session with the fully qualified and highly experienced coaches.
First-timers will even recieve a Western Sydney Clinic jersey.
The beginner and intermediate clinics are aimed towards players who are starting to enhance their football skills in a dynamic high quality session with the fully qualified and highly experienced coaches.
Sessions are heavily focused on tehcnique, game understanding and improving confidence as well as providing a great experience.
The advanced clinic sessions have the important pre-requisites of participants having a strong desire to improve, be intensely coached and having had previous high level playing experience.
At the end of this clinic, the goal is to have participants comfortably perform all four technical components of football – passing, shooting, controlling the ball and dribbling.
In this program, players will go through the most diverse game scenarios further enhancing their decision-making ability and execution of the above skills.
The Wanderers are set to visit selected clinics over the summer period to add to the additional experience.
The following players will be stopping by before training:
Jacob Melling & Jack Clisby will be visiting holiday clinics at Rydalmere FC on Monday 16 January from 9:30am.
Bruno Piñatares, Vedran Janjetovic and Jackson Bandiera will be visiting holiday clinics at Blacktown on Friday 20 January from 8:30am.