Football coaches and parents can find activities to keep their team active, improve their skills and train their brain thanks to the FA SuperKicks hub, which ensures players stay match-ready with challenges created by official FA coaches.
The new hub on The FA’s website, TheFA.com, is full of football-related games and videos for children aged 5-11, meaning it’s now even easier to access for all, across all devices, at any time. All of the challenges are built from England DNA, so anyone can train like England players.
All of the SuperKicks challenges are designed to increase active participation in football and make better use of children’s screen time. The hub gives parents and children access to hundreds of SuperKicks activities, helping kids to play football, learn new skills and improve their football knowledge in a fun and easy way.
The hub includes hundreds of exciting, active and creative challenges at home, with varying levels of difficulty. FA SuperKicks also supports the club football experience - children can practice their skills at home and learn new ones in-between training and matches. Plus, for parents and carers, they get to brush-up on their football skills and be involved in their children’s football journey.
The new, free FA SuperKicks hub requires no registration and it’s for all parents and children interested in football. It also hosts all the FA SuperKicks information which may be required, from FAQs, safeguarding details and key messaging.
Check out the new SuperKicks hub by following this link. Grassroots football news and information can also be found in the menus above, by following @EssexCountyFA on Twitter and by searching for ‘EssexFootball’ on Facebook.