WAIHEKE UNITED SKILLS CENTRE 2023
The WUAFC Skills Centre is an open development programme for registered and non-registered players in an enjoyable environment that maximizes player development. It provides an aligned, co-ordinated and holistic approach to Junior footballers aged 6-13 years old, helping them to develop their football skills, physical fitness, team play and over all wellbeing.
It offers a comprehensive training program that covers all aspects of the game, from dribbling, passing, shooting, ball control, tactical awareness, and physical conditioning.
Our coaches will assist players to improve their skills and teach them more about the game to assist in reaching their full potential.
Whether you're a beginner or an experienced player, the Skills Centre provides a supportive and challenging environment that will help your child improve their game and build their development of the game. With a focus on individualised attention and personalised coaching, the centre is the ideal place for anyone looking to develop their football skills to the next level.
Also, thanks to the support of the Waiheke Local Board we are able to assist families of motivated players during financial hardship, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to go through possible options.
SKILLS CENTRE PROGRAMME PLAN
The Programme will include the following categories
➔ Players 6-8 years old (includes First Kicks and Fun Football)
1x Skills Centre Training.
1x Club Training- Saturdays mornings (if registered with club)
➔ Players 9/10 years old (includes U9’s and U10’s)
1x Skills Center Training
1x Club Training (if registered with club)
1x Game -Saturday morning (if registered with club)
➔ Players 11/12/13 years old (includes U11’s, U12's and U13’s)
1x Skills Center Training1x Club Training (if registered with club)
1x Game- Saturday morning (if registered with club)
Waiheke Local Board stands out as a beacon of support for its community, exemplified by its instrumental role in fostering the development of the Skill Centre and funding initiatives for children. Their dedication to uplifting the island community shines through their strategic allocation of resources and unwavering commitment to nurturing talent and education.
Its contributions aided in the establishment of the Skill Centre. This hub of learning and skill enhancement stands tall as a testament to the Board's vision for empowering individuals through education and training.
The impact of the Waiheke Local Board's assistance in granting funds for the Skill Centre and children's initiatives extends far beyond mere financial aid. It reflects a deep-rooted understanding of the community's needs and a proactive approach to addressing them. Their strategic investments resonate with a long-term vision of empowerment, where individuals of all ages are equipped with the tools necessary to thrive'
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