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Soccer Schools - don't wait for the holidays!

If you know a young player who would love to be coached by Spurs FA and UEFA-qualified team of coaches, you don’t have to wait for the holiday courses to come around!

Our brand new series of Evening courses are now running across Herts, Essex, Beds and Cambs.

Evening courses are aimed at boys and girls of all abilities aged 3-12 years, and will run over four or five weeks

There is also a great chance to train at our Premier training facility, Spurs Lodge in Chigwell, with two evenings sessions being held each week.

Every Wednesday and Friday evening from 5pm-7pm young players will get to train under the all-weather Dome on the same covered 3-G pitches once used by the first team squad.

The Tottenham Hotspur Evening coaching programmes incorporate our ‘Five-Tier development pathway’, with individual player assessments to ensure a structured and co-ordinated approach to learning the game. Players will develop their skills together in groups based on age and experience to ensure they build their confidence and enjoyment, and get the most from the sessions.

Our Tots classes begin from three years-old, through to the more Advanced Academy based sessions for Juniors aged 6-12 years.

These courses are the ideal way for young players to experience for themselves the top quality surfaces and facilities enjoyed by Premier League stars.

For details and to book all our courses - including evening sessions, half-term and our Academy Experience - check online at: tottenhamhotspur.com/soccerschools or call 0208 365 5049.

All online bookings will save 10% on the course price - please use the promo code ‘SPURS.’