Flexible and competitive rates
Coaches who have a minimun FA Level 2 qualification and who are WMF qualified
Provision of all necessary equipment (balls, goals, cones, bibs)
Yearly syllabus to tie in with national curriculum
We Make Footballers only allow Senior Coaches who have been awarded the WMF 1-on-1 Coaching Badge to provide these sessions. All of our Coaches work from the We Make Footballers syllabus and Methodology, however, each coach has their unique style and personality.
At the Ealing Academy, our 1-on-1 coaching is undertaken by the academy head coach Rory Mathers
Rory Mathers currently has a number of 1-on-1 clients who he is helping to improve their individual skills whilst developing at their weekly training and local teams. His high energy means your child will have a lot of fun whilst still getting top quality sessions.
How much do sessions cost?
Single session - £60 | Block of 4 - £200 | Block of 8 - £340
Enquire about 1-to-1 training for your child
Your child will thank you for it in the future
The WMF coaches are great, a good mix of skill work and matches. I have also paid for individual coaching (1:1 sessions with Sean), the boys loved it and the sessions noticeably developed their skills. I would highly recommend WMFs to all parents of boys and girls out there!
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We only allow our most senior football coaches to deliver private one to one training. Generally they will have their FA Level 3 qualification. However, there may be occasions where there are experienced talented football coaches who have not completed this qualification who we will also recommend.
One to one coaching can be done at the players home (providing there is enough room in the garden), at local parks, or local venues recommended by We Make Footballers or the Parent. Certain venues may have no cost, some may require an additional fee.
The first session is an assessment that will work on a broad range of skills and movements. The coach will then develop a training programme for the player tailored to their specific needs. This can help beginner players increase their confidence to play in a group environment, or an advanced player to win that academy contract. The player will learn whatever the coach feels will best advance their footballing ability.