Technique

 Focus

 Bravery

Football Coaching That Supports You


 

 
 
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 1 to 1 Football Coach

1 to 1 Football Coach

 

What We Do

We offer two types of 1 to 1 Football Training

  • Technical Bravery- We provide a considered session with focus on technical development, This can be very valuable in increasing confidence in those little steps for inexperienced players. Bravery on the football is invaluable on a football pitch at all levels.

  • Focused Development- With this we are looking to develop young players that are starting to deal with high pressure sporting situations. This is possibly the first pressure in their young lives. Individual technical training and support to understand the pressure and channel it positively 

 

1 to 1 Training

Technical Bravery  — 45 Minutes

— 1 Hour

Focused Development

 — 45 Minutes

— 1 Hour

 

Prices on Request

Based in Bristol and the South West

1 to 2 Training

Technical Bravery  — 45 Minutes

— 1 Hour

Focused Development

— 45 Minutes

 — 1 Hour

Fun Futsal video, recorded November 2017 in Bristol by Tusko Films

About

Jake Brown BA hons

Jake has experience in football from over the last 15 years. Played in successful youth football teams in Scotland with Stirling Albion Academy, Camelon Juniors and Edinburgh United Juniors. Jake has coached youth football in Scotland, England and the USA.

Experience of working 1 to 1 with Womens Super League 1 player and seasoned experienced internationalist.

 

 

 

 

Technique Focus Bravery will be three pillars for your football development.

With 1 to 1 training you will work on establishing essential Technique to progress in your footballing career. This Technique will be the starting point for you to be able to Focus on working in training to improve and strengthen this technique. You will need to show Bravery in your execution of this technique in pressured game situations.

 

English FA Level 2

Youth Award 2

Youth Award 1

 
 

“You don’t get results by focusing on results. You get results by focusing on the actions that produce results”

— Mike Hawkins