JAGS Soccer Academy

Term Time Courses

  • Ability: 4-11yrs
  • Start date: Commencing12th September 2017
  • Time: Fri 6-7pm / Sat & Sun 9-10.30am
  • Price: Friday £6 / Saturday £5
  • Available Sessions:

  • Friday drop in: £6 (TERM TIME ONLY)
  • Saturday Drop In - 9-10.30am - £5 (year round)
  • Sunday Drop In - 9-10.30am - £5 (year round)

Holiday Time Courses

  • Ability: 4 yrs +
  • Start date: Monday to Friday
  • No of weeks: 1
  • Time: 9am-3.30pm
  • Price: Various
  • Available Sessions:

  • February Half Term 2018
  • Monday 12th - Friday 16th February 2018 (5 days)
  • 5 days- Members £107.50 / Non-members £115
  • Day rate- £32 / Half day rate- £20

***  Feb Half-Term Holiday Kids Club,  2018:  20% early bird discount for five day bookings on Multi-Sports & Mini-Games or Soccer Academy.

12th – 16th February 2018,  M £87.50, NM £95

Valid until Thursday 1st February 2018 ,Call 0208 613 6500 to book ***


JAGS Soccer Academy provides an organised and fun sport that will get your kids off the sofa and onto the pitches.

All sessions are specifically designed to teach the skills of co-operation and life lessons such as winning and losing.

During our half term courses, although classes run from 9am – 3.30pm, you can now use our ‘Extra Time’ service and leave the kids from 8-5.30pm , great for busy parents.  Extra Time is £12 per day (or £4 early drop off/£8 late pick up)– all food & drinks must be provided by parents.  Spaces are limited so book to avoid disappointment.

There is no “I” in team so every kid taking part will be taught the importance of taking part in the game, and without the full cooperation of all team players, the team cannot be successful. By being a part of a team, a child learns to play his own part to help his whole team be successful.

Sports have winners and losers. Losing a game can build character as the members of the team must learn from their mistakes and strive to make a difference at the next game. Team sports also teach children to become gracious winners, as many teams encourage congratulations for both teams on a good game played, no matter the outcome (important – this is always encouraged). While losing hurts, and winning feels good, learning how not to over react to either situation can make a child a better person.

“Sports can provide excellent educational opportunities for social development because many of the social and moral requirements for participation in sports are parallels to how individuals must function in a law-abiding society”

Our Mission is to take football into the community for the benefit of the community.  Wherever we go our ethos of football coaching to children and youths’, is teaching them good ball skills, the basics of football and good fitness standards in a fun way remains the same.

Do you hold a FA level 1 or 2 coaching qualification? Interested in coaching opportunities?

Drop the club an email: dean.a@jagssportsclub.co.uk / mike@footballmagiccoaching.co.uk for more information.