ASKA Launches Kids Football Academy at Educity Sports Complex

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Parents queuing up to register their kids before the start of the event.

With the recent rise in football popularity around the country following Johor Darul Ta’zim FC’s rise in prominence and success around the continent, more parents are hopeful that their kids become future football stars to play professional football and represent Malaysia on the international stage.

However, success is only attained through hard work (unless you win the lottery, but buying tickets would still require some sort of work). Thus, parents are starting to send their kids to football academies to learn the tools and trade of football, but being able to compete with other hopefuls sharing the same dreams and aspirations is priceless.

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Coaches are observing and selecting players during mini games to pinpoint the best players as academy intake is limited.

While the situation may suggest that football academies accept as many intakes as possible to make as much money as desired, ASKA Football Academy has decided to limit this year’s intake to 20 players per age group.

That is because coaching kids requires great attention to detail; adjusting and correcting the tiniest of faults as they learn and adapt movement as they progress through football age groups.

Furthermore, smaller training groups would ensure every player receives detailed coaching in shorter training periods, addressing the kids’ short attention span while keeping sessions fun and interesting.

ASKA Football Academy currently employs 10 coaches who are qualified and are certified by the Asian Football Confederations and the Football Association of Malaysia. Training sessions are held every Friday, 9:00am to 11:00am for local students and 5:00pm to 7:00pm for international students.

For more information regarding enrollment, members of the public may contact ASKA Football Academy at 017-7887234.