Nowadays, parents are more focused on their children doing well in school and might accidentally neglect the necessary physical and play-focused activities that are required for a wholesome and enriching childhood. Not only do sports keep children active and healthy, but sports also teach them life skills, like how to be a team player, and how to build and develop leadership qualities. This is where the English Football School (EFS), based in Singapore and Johor, comes in.
EFS has been operating in Singapore since July 2013 and provides coaching sessions for children between the ages of two and 14. In Malaysia, EFS has sessions at Leisure Farm and Marlborough College Malaysia in Johor Bharu, operating on their main philosophy: to allow children of all ages to have the ability to improve their understanding and play football while having fun.
With a few coaches to choose from, EFS ensures that your child will be given the opportunity to know how it feels like to compete in a football tournament. The coaches are also trained and handpicked by EFS’s General Manager and Head Coach, Francis Fox, who ensures that coaches provide fun, educational, and holistic sessions that help with both motor skills and personality development, on top of teaching them unique skills that will be beneficial in the future.
They conduct group or one-on-one sessions, and organise parties, events, and camps, as well. If you would like to know more about EFS and read some feedback on their training, feel free to check out the testimonials on their website or visit their FAQ page.
So what are you waiting for? The English Football School beckons with their highly skilled and engaging coaches, who can help enhance your child’s growth by encouraging them to embrace the positive associations that playing football in a group can bring.
Exclusive for ExpatGo readers: EFS is offering an additional free trial on top of their existing free trial sessions for those who sign up and mention ‘ExpatGo’! For more on this, contact EFS at: