Soccer Classes & Lessons for Kids - Montarra (5172)

the Fleurieu Peninsula, the South, South Australia (SA)

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    Cumberland United Women’s Football Club is one of eight PS4 Women’s National Premier League clubs affiliated with the FFSA and is a women's and girls only club. As a proud family oriented organisation we are dedication to providing girls and women of all ages the opportunity to develop and achieve their highest level of play in the sport of football, second to none. CUWFC has girls teams competing in the FFSA at U7, U9, U13, U15, U17 and Division League. We have multiple teams in each of the ... Read more grades providing opportunities for girls of all skills and aspirations to play. As a PS4 WNPL club CUWFC is proud of its long history having fielded teams in all age groups consistently for many years. We have consistently fielded multiple teams in each age group ensuring our junior girls are given the best opportunity to develop their football in the best possible environment and producing W-League players and a Matilda. Please call or e-mail us directly if you have any queries.

    At Grasshopper Soccer we run non- competitive soccer programs for 8 weeks per school term teaching children from 2 to 12 years new skills, helping them to gain confidence and make new friends. With the focus on Fun and Participation, help your child to enjoy all the benefits of outdoor activity from the early stages right through to the 'Big Game' in the latter years.We also do Birthday parties! To book a FREE trial or for more information, please call Andrew.

    The role of the Scotch College Old Collegians' Association is to promote and continue unity and friendship among the members of the Association and the Scotch College community. Services provided by the association include scholarships and support for various sporting clubs. A host of special events are held regularly including the Annual City Dinner, reunions, community dinners and the biannual Back to the Blue and Gold ball.

    Stay Active delivers a range of physical activity and sports programs to primary school aged children. All programs are designed to focus on four key areas; physical, mechanical, psychological and social, and assist children to meet the National Physical Activity Recommendations, laying the foundation for a healthy and active life. We work in an early intervention and prevention model by encouraging children to develop a passion for physical activity from a young age, enabling a smooth transition ... Read more to local sporting clubs, school sports teams and other movement-based activities. Our programs are non-competitive, with an emphasis on participation and ensuring fitness is made fun. Each program targets a range of fitness and ability levels and aligns to the Australian Health and Physical Education Curriculum and the Playing for Life Philosophy. All Stay Active programs focus on developing children in 4 key areas: 1. Physical: Fitness level, agility, strength and fundamental movement ...

    Soccer for girls and boys aged 8 to 17. Open age men and women's teams at semi professional and amateur level.

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