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Posted on December 15, 2017, by HeadOffice

Coerver Coaching ACT will be running a Coerver Coaching Clinic in Cowra on Saturday 6 January 2018 from 1:00pm-3:00pm at Col Stinson Park, Cowra NSW.

The Coerver Coaching Clinic in Cowra is free to attend however all players must register via the below link prior to the clinic. 

Coerver Coaching ACT has a long, proud history of providing clinics for players in Cowra and the surrounding region. Likewise for players from Cowra and the surrounding region attending Coerver Coaching ACT programs, including players such as Westfield Matilda Ellie Carpenter, who was a player in the Coerver Coaching ACT Performance Academy for 5 years. 

The Coerver® Coaching Clinic will provide players with essential skills using the Coerver® Coaching Pyramid of Player Development. Our aim is to develop confident, creative technical players whilst teaching essential social skills such as good sportsmanship and respect, in addition to a good attitude to practice and play.

Click here to register for the Coerver Coaching Cowra Clinic

Posted on December 14, 2017, by HeadOffice

Off the back of a fantastic launch, COERVER Coaching Sydney North Shore Director, Cam Jones gave back to the local community by hosting and running a FREE mini World Cup community event for Church by the Bridge in Kirribilli. 

Despite the inclement weather, the kids turned out in large numbers, with 12 countries “represented”! England, Italy and Honduras taking out the title in their respective age groups at the 4th instalment of the now annual event.

Giving back to the local and global community is something COERVER Coaching has been doing for many years through our long term relationship with FIFA Football for Hope and the Special Olympics. Great to see that legacy continuing on the North Shore of Sydney!

Click here to view all available Coerver Coaching Sydney North Shore programs.

Posted on December 14, 2017, by HeadOffice

Congratulations to the Coerver Coaching Stirling Bayswater Performance Academy participants who recently completed their program for 2017.

Participants ranging from 8 - 15 years old across the Junior and Senior squads each received individualized, age-specific skills coaching covering all components of the Coerver® Pyramid of Player Development, with an intensive focus on ball mastery, 1v1, speed, and small group combination play.

Program Directors Rob McCullagh and Antony Benetti were impressed with the efforts of the high quality group of players over the program.

Congratulations to the squad award winners:

Best and Fairest: Hayden Bramley (Junior Sqad) and Hanani Ndebele (Senior Squad)

Encouragement Award:  Sam Appleby (Junior Squad) and Noah Appleby (Senior Squad)

A number of the Performance Academy graduates have now progressed to the 8 week summer Advanced Performance Program which began 9 December.

Congratulations to all the Coerver Coaching Stirling Bayswater Performance Academy participants on completing the program for 2017.

Posted on December 13, 2017, by HeadOffice

Coerver® Coaching Preston player Simone Vass recently participated in the 2017 Pacific School Games after being selected to represent the School Sports Victoria under-12 football team.

Simone travelled with the Victorian team to Adelaide earlier in December to compete in the 10th edition of the Pacific School Games, where they tied as overall winners with New South Wales.

Simone has been training with Coerver Coaching Preston for the past 4 years. In that time Simone has graduated to the Performance Academy program where in 2016 she won the Player of the Program award. Simone has also previosuly participated in the annual Coerver Coaching Australia Performance Camp held in Canberra, where players have the opportunity to be selected for the Coerver Select International Touring program.

Simone attributes her recent accomplishments to the skill and confidence she has developed at Coerver Coaching Preston, with the help of  her coaches (and Program Directors) Dieter Svoboda and Ben Monteleone.