03 Jul

Football For Good

 “We worry what a child will become tomorrow, we forget that they are someone today”

– Stacia Tauscher

Let us improve your child, so you can help improve thousands worldwide.

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01 May

Ever wonder what an elite football players meals look like?

In order to make it, and then stay at the top in the modern game, relying on just skill is no longer an option.

While we advocate that ‘skill’ is still king, we know that players have to...

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30 Apr

7 Low GI Snack Ideas to Eat Before Training and Matches

One of the most common questions that is asked from youth football players and their parents is what sort of meals or snacks should be ate pre-training or pre-match?

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28 Apr

Do team sports help kids develop social skills?

Teams sports at the highest level in this day and age are fast paced, highly commercial and enjoyed by people in their millions every day.

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24 Apr

Three Foods you should avoid before a soccer game

At CHOOSE Football we are passionate about all aspects of our great game.

We want to give our players the best practices and knowledge to become the best they can be.

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05 Nov

How Football Can Help Increase Your Child’s Confidence

Confidence and self-esteem are what make kids feel accepted, liked, capable, proud, and willing to try new things. We all want to raise kids who believe in themselves, think positively about...

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04 Sep

Up and coming stars the ones to watch

With all of Europe’s top leagues starting this week, we thought it would be a good idea to make a list of some of the hottest young talent set to make a name for themselves in the 2019/20 campaign.

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13 Aug

Characteristics you will get from a Football Pathway Australia (FPA) Coach

Professional:

FPA Coaches pride themselves on being Fulltime Professional Football coaches.

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05 Aug

How to Pass – Coaching Guide

Young soccer players, particularly those under the age of six have a tendency to engage in what’s known as egocentric play; where self-seeking football actions like dribbling and scoring are...

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19 Jun

Learn how to juggle - Tony Chestnut

This is a juggling game coupled with a story. It is useful for captivating the interest of young players and encouraging them to focus on the task at hand. Furthermore, it reminds them that YOU...

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