Legion FC provides private training for intermediate and advanced soccer players. In addition to the weekly club training experience, one-on-one coaching builds the confidence of young players on the pitch and improves their style of play. This is done by focusing on the strengths and paying acute attention to areas which can be improved upon.
There are times when a player might be nervous to ask certain things to his coach in a large team environment. A private training ensures that he can learn and play without any inhibitions. Our professional coaches have spent years training soccer players at the highest levels. They have thus developed their series of tested activities which will be applied on young players at private training.
Should I choose Private or Small Group?
Select between Private Lessons for one player only or Small Group Training for 2-4 Players. Not sure which one is for you? It really depends on what you want to work on. If you have very specific training goals then the Private Lessons are the way forward; if you’re looking for overall development but with more individual attention then select the Group Sessions that will work for you.
Private lessons allow the trainer to concentrate on the specific demands of the individual player. Within the Small Group training environment, all players must obviously focus on the same theme making it slightly less player specific than the Private Lessons. However, Small Group Training is still very beneficial in comparison to regular team training sessions and also more cost-effective than Private Lessons.
What can I work on?
Players have the option of receiving instruction in any of the following areas or designating their own specific areas of need. It should be noted that the more themes selected by the player, the less focused the training will be in each area. Typical training themes include: Shooting; Passing, Goal-keeping, Control, Ball Familiarization, Dribbling, Running with the Ball and Speed, Agility & Quickness.
In all cases, our trainers will complete a player profile to identify the current abilities of the player in a variety of disciplines. This can either be done by a game-day observation or by discussions between the player, parent and trainer. The profile is completed in order that we can tailor the sessions to meet the specific needs of the player and to review the progress made throughout the program.