1 to 1's &
Small Groups

Be the Best You Can Be

About 121's
and Small Groups

Our 121 coaching sessions strive to deliver the best-personalised coaching for each player we work with. We take time to focus on specific needs which results in faster progression.
Our coaches quickly identify players’ strengths, weaknesses and, coupled with player/parent feedback, develop sessions based on these observations.
Not only do we focus on the main football components (passing, dribbling, shooting etc.) but also give our players confidence in the following areas:

  • 1v1 duels
  • disguise
  • scanning
  • first touch
  • back foot control
  • decision-making

These subtle improvements are beneficial to players of all abilities.

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Our small group sessions follow the same principles, but have the added advantage of being able to recreate in game scenarios to further enhance learning and confidence.

one to one challenge


Trent Park Football Centre

Year 1 – Year 6

October – March
5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Bramley Road
London N14 4UW

Highlands School

Year 1 – Year 6

April – October
6:15 pm – 7:30 pm

148 Worlds End Lane
London N21 1QQ

Power League Barnet

Year 7 – Year 11

September – June
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Bobby Moore Way
London, N10 1ST


Our 121 sessions are very popular

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First Class Syllabus

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technique and saq's

SAQ is a system of training aimed at the development of motor abilities and the control of body movement through the development of the neuromuscular system. It aims to improve the athlete’s ability to perform explosive multi-directional movements by reprogramming the neuromuscular system to work effectively.

SAQ training is an acronym for Speed Agility and Quickness training.

game understanding

One of the big changes that has happened in football is the importance of intelligence in the modern game.

The fast, tactical and dynamic nature of football today means that smart players are usually also the better ones on the pitch. But what makes a player smart?

What are those details that make all the difference in top-flight football in the present times?

positional awareness

Positional play is a principle of play in football that many of the world’s top coaches adopt. When a team uses positional play, the players take up positions to attempt to create numerical advantages in passing triangles or diamonds, in the hope of progressing possession through the thirds.

All players in the team must follow strict rules about the positions they take up in relation to the their teammates, the opposition and the ball.

engaging session plans with a high level Syllabus

go beyond your limits


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