Soccer Schools

Book your child onto a professional soccer schools course, where they can learn to develop not only their footballing skills, but also their mental strength and physical agility and fitness.



Soccer schools are held throughout the UK, taking place during the school holidays and sometimes on evenings and weekends. Professional club soccer schools are extremely popular and often sell out well in advance. These soccer schools vary in quality and are often geared around the clubs footballing philosophy. All soccer schools are carried out by F.A and UEFA qualified coaches, that are first aid trained, and understand all aspects of social inclusion.

For a full list of English Professional Soccer Schools browse this page. It is kept up to date and contains all the information needed to make the best decisions.




Premier League Soccer Schools

Every football club in the Premier League organise soccer schools to engage youngsters in the game of football. Soccer schools are the earliest ‘official’ route into playing for, or with your local club. The football club scouts monitor and watch soccer schools sessions and use them as a spring board for spotting upcoming talent that they can invite to football academy trials.
Premier League Soccer schools in general are reasonably priced, since the purpose is to encourage children from all backgrounds to take part. Not only do children learn the skills of football, but they also learn team work and social skills, which they can use throughout life. Helping children from a diverse range of backgrounds and circumstances is a core objective of all Premier League football clubs.

Premier League Soccer Schools

Championship Soccer Schools

Every football club in the Championship organise soccer schools to engage youngsters in the game of football. Soccer schools are the earliest ‘official’ route into playing for or with your local club. The football club scouts monitor and watch soccer schools sessions and use them as a spring board for spotting upcoming talent that they can invite to football academy trials.

Championship Soccer schools in general are reasonably priced, since the purpose is to encourage children from all backgrounds to take part. Not only do children learn the skills of football, but they also learn team work and social skills, which they can use throughout life. Helping children from a diverse range of backgrounds and circumstances is a core objective of all Championship football clubs.




Championship Soccer Schools

Soccer Schools

There are a huge variety of soccer schools available for children aged from 4 - 12 years old that are organised by local coaches, local communities and local schools. After school clubs are often formed by the local schools to encourage children into exercise and some are of a very high standard, although they are mainly for fun and fitness in comparison to the professionalism of a football club soccer schools who are strategically looking for grass roots talent.

If your child has not yet played football, it is advisable that they join a local after school club, or group of a similar level in order to try out the game and get used to groups of children all playing and training together. This will prepare them mentally for a football club soccer school, which will be disciplined and structured.

The level of competition even at soccer school level is fierce, even from parents spectating, and as key influencers to their children, parents are all asked to adhere to the code of of conduct as laid out by the FA, and to respect the game of football. By conforming to these rules, parents are showing a positive influence to the children around them, and healthy competition in maintained. All parents and guardians conforming to these rules are allowed to watch games and training. The FA official code of conduct includes:

  • Codes of Conduct
  • Managing the Match Day Environment
  • The Captain Takes Responsibility
  • The Referee Manages the Game

All Soccer Schools