Centurions train throughout the year with a short break over the Christmas and New Year period and after the end of the Summer League in August. The following information relates to our current training schedule.
Training is organized in the following manner:-
10 – 11am – Touch Basics
The first hour of our Saturday sessions will comprise of ‘touch basics’. This is aimed at completely new players, beginners and those looking to build on or refresh their skills. It will be in the format of a warm up, warm up game and working on techniques such as initiating the touch, three’s and some passing and catching drills.
11 – 12:30/1am – Advanced Touch
The second half of our Saturday sessions will be design for more advanced players. This is aimed at players (who have a basic grasp of the rules and basic moves) to learn more advanced plays, develop their decision making and progress their ability. Depending on timings there will be a 30-40 minute game at the end of the session.
The club also aims to run fitness sessions over the course of the year. Get in touch or check out our Facebook with updates on when these run. All are welcome to attend regardless of touch experience.
As always if you have any questions please get in touch. You can contact us either on social media or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
All our training sessions take place on the grass pitches at Victoria Park. These are located just inside the main red gated entrance off of Victoria Drive Park North. You cant miss us as we have a large banner with the club name and logo!
Outdoor training is weather dependent so please check our website, Facebook and Twitter feed for updates. If there is a risk of a session being cancelled due to the weather we aim to have a update posted approximately 45 minutes before the training session is due to take place. At times of extremely poor weather sessions may be cancelled the evening before.
For all new players/members please note that for safety reasons please make sure you bring moulded plastic boots (no metal studs), it can get slippy out there! Any players who are wearing trainers or metal studs will not be allowed to take part.
If you have any questions please get in touch!