"Failure happens all the time. It happens every day in practice. What makes you better is how you react to it".
MIA HAMM. AMERICAN FEMALE SOCCER PLAYER
FSA was set up in 2002 to provide young players with the opportunity to develop their soccer skills, knowledge of the game and pave their way to becoming FOOTBALL STARS!
The FSA program builds on the child's enthusiasm for the game by making sessions fun while teaching and challenging these young players. FSA creates a learning environment which enables young players to develop at their own rate. We begin with the fundamentals in technical ability and work with young players to achieve mastery of the ball.
FSA fosters coach / player relationships and works with young players in developing their latent soccer abilities.All coaches with FSA have Football Federation Australia Licenses.Sessions are available in the form of weekly clinics, elite squad, holiday camps and one-on-one sessions. We cater for all ages and levels of ability.
My son learnt a lot as he is a beginner. He learnt about passing, shooting and trapping. After the camp, his enthusiasm increased. The coach was very knowledgeable but he lacked enthusiasm. The indoor venue was great in the hot weather but you could make all the fans work. The kids tended to hog the ball and passing was rare There was a lot of blaming for missed shots and saves. It wasn't great value for money.
I think I learnt a lot as I am just beginning soccer. The coaches knew what they were talking about and they showed patience with me. The indoor space was a very good to play soccer. The other kids weren't very friendly and I didn't think the coaches really enjoyed their job. I didn't think it was worth the money and I would probably go to another place to learn more about soccer in the future
I learnt a better way to control how to kick the ball