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Primary & Enhanced Clinics

Our Primary & Enhanced Coaching Clinics are aimed at boys & girls of all abilities. Whether your child is new to football and wants to give it a try, or already has some football experience and wants to develop their skills further, these sessions offer quality coaching at very reasonable prices.

 

The clinics run side by side on a Wednesday afternoon, with children separated by both age and ability into the Primary and Enhanced groups, and combine top class football coaching from our Hitchin Town FC FA qualified coaches with fun, games and activities that challenge and enhance your child's technical ability.

Term-time, Wednesdays, 5.30-6.30pm.

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FOOTBALL COACHING CLINICS

Junior Ability Counts

Junior Ability Counts Sessions are held on Mondays for any adult or child with a disability or special education need who is able to walk.

 

There are also opportunities from this to play in one of the Hitchin Town Ability Counts football teams and to partake in numerous tournaments staged at various locations throughout the year.

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Term-time only,  Mondays, 5-6pm

"I just wanted to email to say thank you very much for the youth disability match day last Saturday. My son had a great day and enjoyed every minute. Please could you pass on our thanks to the coaches, who were excellent with all of the children!"  -  Parent of child attending a specially arranged day involving football coaching and a trip to Top Field, the home of Hitchin Town FC.

Safe Hands Goal-Keeping Courses
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Goalkeeping courses concentrating on key skills such as shot-stopping, dealing with crosses, basic handling and footwork.

 

The number one priority for a goalkeeper is to stop shots from entering his or her goal. The single, most important aspect of goalkeeping is to handle the ball. There are a variety of handling techniques, but unless the ball can be safely caught then advancement will be almost impossible.

 

Coached by Hitchin Town 1st Team Goal Keeper Joshua Mollison, these courses provide goalkeepers with the technical ability they need for their specialised role within the team.

Term-time, Wednesdays, 5.30-6.30pm.

Our venue is ideal for coaching clinics and courses for all ages, with covered spectator seating and indoor parent's lounge, cafe & bar.

 

If you are a coaching company and would be interested in hiring our fantastic facility to run your clinics and courses, please get in touch with us now!

"It's so nice to sit in the warm, have a coffee and read the papers when I'm usually freezing cold on the pitch side!"  -  Parent

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