What a success! Fremington Football Club members are now enjoying a fresh new wave of enthusiasm since the resurgence of the squads, and the club is getting rave reviews.
On behalf of the Fremington Football Club Committee members, players and supporters, we want to extend a heart-felt thank you for your commitment of support. It is the vision of the Committee to integrate our club with the Fremington Youth section for the long-term success of the club and to give sustainability to our future. Your generous support and contribution will help make our vision become a reality by helping to offset the cost of running the club in an environment as beautiful as Fremington.
As we continue to grow as a club, please know that partnerships with our sponsors are vital to the success of this chapter in our history.
You are truly appreciated.
Stuart Ware - FFC Chairman
On behalf of the Fremington Football Club Committee members:
Stuart Ware – Chairman
Mark Rostock – Vice Chairman
Rew Hassell – Treasurer
Mark Tucker - Secretary
Effective coaches possess the skill to make the game relevant, appropriate and enjoyable to the players in their care. This can be a complex process, requiring appropriate technical and tactical knowledge and an appreciation of the affect that age, stage and level of development have on a young player.
As such , The Future Game does not promote any one strict way of coaching the game. The intricacies of adapting method and approach according to circumstance and situation are integral to The Future Game coaching philosophy. Flexibility and adaptability are crucial skills for effective coaches of young players.
The Future Game playing philosophy outlines an overarching vision for the English game, a statement for coaches and
clubs to develop their own bespoke and individualised coaching programmes.
The Future Game playing philosophy is broken down into the following principles:
A possession based approach played through the three-thirds of the pitch
Quality passing and intelligent movement and support off the ball
Penetrative, incisive and varied attacking play , allied to good finishing
The Future Game playing philosophy reflects many of the styles and approaches demonstrated by high-performing
teams at European and world level. It is important to note, however, that The Future Game philosophy isn't a replica
of any particular country's approach, and is underpinned with England's own DNA in which desire, work-rate and
competitiveness are continually encouraged.
Additionally, the playing philosophy actively encourages the individualistic player. Players with varied and
unique dribbling skills and the dexterity to go past defenders, particularly in the final-third, are fundamental
to success in the future game.
COLLECTIVE LEARNING AGREEMENT
Players - What we expect from you as the player…
That you come willing to learn from each session and don’t stop others from learning.
That your behaviour is to a high standard, treating others in the group with respect so that we have a safe and fun session.
Have a go at coming up with your own answers to problems during sessions and games, try something new…
Use every opportunity to practice and be ready to come to the next session and show us what you are learning.
Supporters - What we expect from you as a supporter…
To allow the players the freedom to express themselves during practices, refraining from coaching, shouting or providing instruction from the sideline.
Let the players play, experiment and have fun!
Coaches - What you can expect from us as the coaches…
We will be professional and organised throughout, providing a safe and fun environment for children.
We will praise positive behaviour and attitude rather than focusing on negative behaviour.
We will provide opportunities for the players to have a go at solving game related problems.
We will encourage creativity, imagination and incorporate variety in practice.
We will create a positive learning environment where players can be independent decision makers.
We will plan appropriate sessions and challenges to meet individual player and group needs using our FA four corner coaching model.
(Technical, Psychological, Physical, Social)
We will continue to critique ourselves in order to improve our service and will encourage feedback from players and parents