Welcome to Central City Breakers Football Club a dynamic soccer club that provides soccer programs for youth and adults of all ages. With its office located at Newton Athletic Park the club serves all communities in surrey including Newton, Cloverdale, Central City as well as Fleetwood.
Central City Breakers FC Announces Academy Programme and Technical Partnership with Human Code FC
CENTRAL City Breakers FC (CCB FC) is excited to announce an Academy Technical partnership with Human Code FC (HCFC), which is an England based soccer group, part of the Human Code Group.
The CCB FC soccer program continues to grow at tremendous speed and rate. CCB FC Board of Directors and Technical Team aim to ensure the club academy program continues to meet this demand by maintaining existing high standards, and delivering quality programmes to our players – in line with the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) and BC Soccer Long Term Player Development (LTPD) program framework and player development pathway.
The HCFC mandate from CCB FC will be to provide quality coaching and mentoring of our players in the Academy Technical Program. HCFC will achieve this by using only English UEFA A & B licensing, and BC Soccer/CSA coaching staff with Provincial C to A-Licensing.
All courses commence on Friday 22nd September 2017, with online registrations available on Friday 1st September 2017 – click here to register: www.centralcitybreakers.com.
Balvinder Singh Shekhon, Director of Human Code FC said: “We are delighted to announce this partnership with CCB FC. The aim of the partnership is to increase the talent pool of players and coaches at the club and support the Canadian Soccer Association’s ‘Wellness to World Cup’ strategy
“We’re also looking to share effective practice and bring the Human Code FC ‘play ground to stadium’ philosophy to life through player development, coach development and community development.
“I would like to thank the Club’s Executive Board and Peter Malakoane (CCB FC, Technical Director) for their support and enthusiasm for the opportunity to develop this academy which will support the clubs ongoing development both on and off the field”.
Peter Malakoane, Technical Director of CCB FC said: “I echo the sentiments already expressed by our CCB Board of Directors, and also look forward to our players continuing to learn life lessons on team work and commitment – qualities that would serve them well in the future.”
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Goal Keeping Academy
Goalkeeper A-PDP (Goalkeeping) FREE OF CHARGE
Location: Kabaddi Park (off 72 Ave & 122 Street, behind Sikh Temple)
Times and Days: Mondays & Wednesdays
Two Groups per Session
5:30pm to 6:30pm – Ages 6 -14 (Beginners & Intermediate
6:30pm to 7:30pm – Ages 12 – 18 (Advanced)
In today’s (modern) game, goalkeepers are required to be nearly as good with their feet as in-field players. Hence, it is important that this factor be taken into account when training keepers. The following components will be covered in training keepers (i.e. age appropriate based on LTPD program guidelines).
- Goalkeeper Communication
- Basic Handling Techniques
- Catching Highballs
- Making Recovery Saves
- Reaction Saves
- Ball Distribution (i.e. with both hands, and feet)
TWO FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS THAT DRIVES CCB TECHNICAL PROGRAM AND TRAING METHODOLOGY:
- We strongly believe training our CCB Players must replicate the real game (i.e. how they play in a match on the weekend), this way, the easier Players will be able to transfer what they learned/did in training to the match.
- In the words of a world renowned Sport Psychologist, Bill Beswick, “[a great coach is, and should be able to take a player where they have never been before, and can never get there on their own]”
TRAIN SMART, AND EMPHASISZE QUALITY OF TRAINING OVER QUANTITY
This is something one of the modern football great trainers, Raymond Verheijen calls – “The logical Structure of Football”.
Simply, this breaks into four key outcomes: (1) Goalkeepers, developing a better “game insight” by making good decisions; (2) understanding of “team tactics” and being able to communicate with effectively with teammates; (3) making great executions because they have develop good soccer technique – they are comfortable with the ball; (4) and finally, having good soccer fitness which will enable them to play at high tempo for whole game, without asking to be substituted
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