Soccajoeys offers kids’ soccer classes throughout Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Newcastle, Wollongong, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and many more locations throughout NSW, VIC, SA, QLD and WA. Dedicated to helping children develop valuable life skills, we tap into all cornerstones of a healthy childhood by focusing on a stable foundation of active movement, play and social interaction.
Soccer classes available for children 2.5 - 11 years. Learn to play soccer through fun kids' activities in a toddlers, preschool & junior soccer programs.
Locations & Prices - find Australia's most popular kids soccer class in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and Australia.
Toddlers soccer for boys and girls, 2.5 to 3 years old The Soccajoeys Minis Program sets children aged 2.5 – 3 years off in the right direction in childhood development and something we refer to as the ‘Guided Discovery’ phase in a child’s life.
We are a community-based Australian soccer organisation that aims to teach children aged 2-12 the basics of playing soccer in a fun, social and non-competitive environment. Each program provides a building block upon which children can improve their game and their character.
The Soccajoeys holiday soccer program teaches your child valuable skills for life while having fun in a safe and nurturing environment. Led by qualified and motivated Soccajoeys coaches, the program includes kids’ soccer games, skill sessions and drills in line with the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF).
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When it comes to kids sport activities, we are spoilt for choice in the Newcastle, Lake Macquarie & Hunter region. There are so many kids sports training programs, skills development and competitions for boys and girls from ages 5 to 17. No matter if they’re interested in playing soccer, netball, rugby league, AFL or cricket or something more ...
Newcastle v Manchester City at St James’ Park in May 1968. Photograph: PA/PA Archive. Back when my great-grandad watched Newcastle football was as football should be; 11 of them, versus 11 of us.