Little Roo's Soccer School
- Monday & Wednesday afternoons.
- Saturday Mornings
- 3yrs-5yrs or 6yrs-10yrs and 10yrs and over programs available.
- Specialized training and activities weekly
- 45 Minute Sessions
Monday April 15th - June 24th( 11 Weeks ) $203.50
Session 1, 4:45pm-5:30pm
Session 2, 5:35pm-6:15pm
Wednesday April 17th - June 26th( 11 Weeks ) $203.50
Session 1, 4:45pm-5:30pm
Session 2, 5:35pm-6:15pm
Saturday April 20th - June 29th( 11 Weeks ) $203.50
Session 1, 9:30am-10:15am
Session 2, 10:20am-11:05am
*Please note that little Roos Soccer School runs classes during all public holidays.
Any child that cannot attend these classes can make them up on another day or in the same day during another session time.
To register your child in the Little Roos Soccer School
All prices include a FREE Soccer Kit for your child.
This includes a shirt, shorts, socks & cap.
The Little Roos soccer school was developed for children and parents searching for somewhere to have their child participate in a program which helps them develop not only their soccer knowledge and skills but also build their health and well being.
Our Soccer School will help your child develop and further their knowledge in:
- Team work
- Health Motor skills and
- Everything they need to know about soccer and all its fundamentals.
- This includes Balance Co-ordination Dribbling Passing Kicking and more.
- All this and more will be covered during our term course.
All our coaches are experienced, have police checks as well as working with children checks, so feel comfortable in knowing that your children are in good hands.
What the fees cover.
* 45 minute sessions.
Our cost is based on a 45 minute class time which allows our coaches a comfortable time to go through and perform all relevant drills and required learning.
* Experienced Coaches
Our coaches are fully trained and qualified in looking after and coaching your child.
* Planned program
Each of our individual class programs are carefully planned and followed according to our specially designed Little Roos Soccer School manual.
* 1:6 Ratio
After number of trials in class sizes we have learned and come to the conclusion that to gain the best result for your child, class ratios will be 1 coach to a maximum of 6 children allowing for maximum learning.
* More learning time
As our ratio is 1:6 this will allow your child to gain more time with the coach and help your child gain quicker knowledge of all aspects of soccer.
Our coaches will provide you and your child an evaluation on the performance and achievements throughout each term allowing you both to see the areas of positive improvement as well required improvement.
* Training Equipment.
Each child will receive a uniform of Shirt, shorts, Socks and a drink bottle. During term 3, each child will also receive a
Melbourne Victory Mini ball
* Free tea & coffee
During the colder months in term 3 we offer free tea & coffee to all parents.
Here at Little Roos Soccer School our main objective is to help your child learn and further develop their knowledge of soccer but most of all we want all kids to enjoy our program and have fun.
The Little Roos Soccer School has been running for approximately 5 years and has a proven track record of producing quality in children and their soccer skills and knowledge.
Here are some comments form parents.
started in 2009 at 9 years old
"My son loves his soccer but was always one with very little skill and knowledge.
He loved to kick the ball around the house and played any chance he got.
I signed him up at a local outdoor soccer club but he struggled to keep up with the other kids.
After searching for somewhere where i could help develop his skills i was recommended by a friend to attend the Little Roos soccer School.
From the moment i walked in i knew that this is what my son needed.
He signed up right away and within the first term alone i saw some major signs and changes in his quality.
In the beginning my son struggled to fit in with the Under 10's Joeys or Wallabies outdoor team and now after attending 2 years of the Little Roos Soccer School he is playing
in the Under 12's Kangaroos team at Altona City S.C."
Mum: Melinda Mazzuggia-Kiazim
Started in 2011 at 10 years old
"Leon is a strong and dedicated soccer player.
He was considered by the coach as one of the main players in his team because he was strong and quick.
As his father and having played soccer myself i could see that Leon was lacking in certain areas such as positioning on the field and team work.
This was something that required extra after hours training, separate to his usual training days and something that i had no time to do.
Leon brought home a flyer from school which was advertising the Little Roos Soccer School and something that i had seen advertised on a board at our club.
I took Leon down to have a look at the program and we were both impressed in what we saw.
There were also a lot of his friends from both school and soccer attending the soccer classes.
Within just 4 weeks of attend the coaching classes, Leon changed as a player. All the things that i saw that i thought were lacking in his soccer had changed for the better.
The coaching staff picked up on a lot of areas which they thought required improving and implemented it right away.
I saw a change in his style and approach right away. It was absolutely fantastic in how the school benefited his playing and as well as attitude.
Full credit to all the staff and coaches at the little Ross Soccer School.
Leon currently plays for Point Cook S.C in the kangaroos Under 11's team and still attends the Little Roos Soccer School"
Dad: Sasha Adamov
Started in 2011 at 9 years old.
"Last year Ethan played as a goal keeper in the Under 9's Joeys team.
Ethan was more passionate about being a goal keeper than a player.
As much as all the coaching that he had form the club Ethan required more training and more guidance.
Whilst attending the gym at Westgate Indoor Sports i saw some kids dressed up in soccer uniforms heading towards the Indoor soccer area so after my gym work out i went to investigate.
I saw a big sign saying "Little Roos Soccer School".
I spent the next hour watching kids being taken through coaching classes and these kids were aged aged between 3 years and 10 years.
I enquired right away about Ethan being coached at goal keeping.
The following week I signed up Ethan in the school.
The coaching classes that Ethan was involved in was more for players rather than keepers and was a 45 minute class session, however what the coach did for Ethan was keep him after each class
on his own for another 30 minutes and did one on one coaching with him. ( At no extra charge )
I thought that this was fantastic as Ethan got the best of both worlds by training as both a player and learning different skills as well as keeping skills.
Most of the keeping drills concentrated on the very basic things such as catching, throwing and kicking.
Ethan spent about 3-4 weeks just on improving this area of work.
During the next 5 weeks his training intensity grew and he was now doing a lot more of advanced keeping exercises.
Apart from the keeping skills that he had learned i also noticed a huge confidence boost within himself.
That season Ethans indoor Soccer team won the grand finals and he won man of the match.
Ethan still attends the Little Roos Soccer School
Ethan has now made the Under 10's Kangaroo team at Altona City S.C"
Dad: Robert Stojcevski.
Started in 2010 at 3 years old.
"My Son attended the Childcare at Westgate Indoor Sports.
Each Wednesday i would pick him up at 5:30pm and we would walk passed a group of kids approximately Christians age (3 years) involved in a coaching class.
We would always stop for about 15-20 minutes just to watch.
One day Christian indicated that he wanted to do what the other kids were doing.
Being a shy kid i thought that this was a good opportunity to get him involved in soccer.
We tried it for the one session just to see how he would respond.
He was a little shy in the first weeks or two and wanted me to be along side him.
The coaches were great and encouraged that i start off slowly with him and be by his side during classes.
By the third week Christian was on his own and didnt require my assistance at all.
He found new friends a had taken to soccer in a big way and got along with all the other kids and most importantly loved the coaching staff and all the games they played.
Christian is turning 5 years old in August and has been attending the little Roos Soccer School for nearly 2 years.
He absolutely loves it."
Dad: Nick Papamihail.
Started 2008 at 3 years old
" Emma started the Little Roos Soccer School with her good friend Charlotte as they were best friends at kinder.
Emma was 3 when she first began the school and loved soccer but had no idea on how to even kick a ball.
She was very uncoordinated and had no balance what so ever but still she was adamant that she wanted to do the soccer with her friend.
What the school taught the kids and the way that they structured the program was very impressive.
The coaches worked extra hard with Emma just to help her along with coordination and balance.
It took Emma a good whole term just to learn how to stand and kick a ball straight.
The coaches were superb.They knew their stuff and were very organized and patient, especially with Emma who needed it the most.
One coach in particular by the name of Nathan Binnici. He is amazing.He is just the best coach for kids.
Emmas friend Charlotte gave up soccer after 2 terms to go and try dancing.
Emma is now 7 years old and is still doing the Little Roos Soccer School and loving it more than anything.
She also plays Indoor Soccer at Westgate Indoor Sports and is in the small sided games at George Cross Soccer Club."