The Little Kickers in an effort to improve life quality of people staying home with children due to the coronavirus outbreak release short videos of an activity to do at home for children of the pre-school age.
Little Kickers started in the UK in 2002. Christine Stanschus was living in London at the time and spotted a gap in the market when trying to find pre-school football classes for her son. Child obesity was becoming a hot topic and Christine couldn’t believe there weren’t pre-school classes to get young children involved in and enjoying sport, so she decided to do it herself. With a successful career in investment banking rather than football coaching, it was clear she needed to play to her strengths in business and find football and developmental experts who could help her shape the classes.
It was a recipe for success. Christine focused on building a brand around “fun first” making sure she worked with experts in child development as well as FA qualified football coaches. Together they created programmes that would deliver high quality football skills, combined with important pre-school learning concepts such as colour and number recognition, sharing, following instructions and using imagination.
With a network of 2,250 coaches and over 300 franchises in 32 countries, the Little Kickers are now the world’s biggest and most successful pre-school football academy and there’s plenty more to come. The team is constantly enhancing the classes with the help of the experts.
The Little Kickers Cyprus launched in November 2011. There are currently 32 classes running every week in Nicosia and Limassol.
Wednesday, March 18 at 10am
Friday, March 20 at 10am
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