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football for under 3's

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Smache Thu 17-Sep-09 21:04:42

Hi does anyone know of a football club/lessons for children under 3 in sheffield?

Katz Thu 17-Sep-09 21:18:12

Sadly not - you could try contacting the place in Crookes, i think it's called the Derek Dooley centre, they run various football clubs.

Hulababy Thu 17-Sep-09 22:06:47

Although not fottball specifically, you could look at Playball

More info:
CDYST, Crosspool
Tuesdays and Thursdays 10 - 11am

Hillsborough St Johns Memorial Hall, Forbes rd.
Friday 10-11am

Free taster session for all children
Classes are for children aged 21/2 - 4.
Booking is essential.
Lessons cost £4 a session

Playball has been running in other countries for the last 25 years but is relatively new to the UK and has never before been taught in Sheffield.

Playball teaches life skills through sport skills. Whilst enjoying fun games children learn a variety of sports skills. In the younger age group we promote school readiness by promoting confidence and participation, listening skills and body awareness.

Playball has been adapted to the capabilities of the ages that we teach. All of the Playball programmes are developed by specialist movement therapists.We make sport fun using imaginative play. This ensures that childrens first introduction to structured sport is a positive one thus promoting a healthier lifestyle.
Playball classes at the junior age have a maximum of eight children per class this is to ensure children maximise there learning potential.

Hulababy Thu 17-Sep-09 22:08:24

If you are Barnsley side of town there is Socatots I don't know anything about it other than the website though.


The World's First and No 1 Soccer Play Programme for children from 6 months to 5 years (pre-school).

Classes will be in Barnsley, Penistone and Surrounding Areas.

Please phone or email for full details.

Socatots is a unique fun based concept aimed at giving children their very first start with the ball. All Socatots equipment is specially designed for children to develop physical skills of agility, balance and co-ordination. From skittles, hoops and beanbags to balance boards and specially designed balls. Every activity is intended to improve motor skills, but more importantly they are designed to be fun.

The Sessions Feature
1. Specially Designed Equipment,
2. Parental Participation,
3. Supervised, Qualified Staff,
4. Great fun, playful yet educational atmosphere

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