1-to-1 & Small Group Coaching

We offer a professional approach in 1 to 1 Coaching, giving the young player(s) full individual attention and goal setting he/she may not get when being coached in a group. Key to any Player Development is their game understanding and ability to take in and use information. Each session will include visuals using a tactics board, to help process and remember information before starting to play. Another key element to ADM One to One Coaching programmes is Ball Manipulation. Each session will include these different techniques, designed to help the player feel more comfortable in possession of the football and become composed manipulating the ball off both left and right feet.

S2P One to One Coaching programmes can be booked weekly or in blocks of 5 weeks to fit round the needs of the player. Programmes can be made specific to players needs, i.e. Shooting, Dribbling, Passing.

During the summer holidays coaches Adam & Liam will be making some slots available for some 1-to-1 coaching sessions with players looking to work technically and physically leading onto the new 2022/23 season. 

Please see the dates and available time slots we have. All sessions will be at Aston Clinton Park either in the astro or on the grass pitches. 

**its first come, first served for the slots**

**£30.00 a 1-to-1 session**

**£80.00 a small group session**

Email info@street2pro.co.uk to reserve your slot. 



Monday 1st 





Thursday 4th 




1.00-2.00-(small group defending masterclass) – 8 players £10.00 each

Monday 8th Aug





Thursday 25th Aug 




1.00-2.00 (small group defending masterclass) – 8 players £10.00 each


One to One Coaching sessions are 45 minutes in duration. Day and Time will need to confirmed on availability.

1 hour for small group of 4


Not provided. Choose a suitable venue close to home and S2P will come out to visit you! E.g. Back Garden, Local Playing Fields, Sports Parks.


1 coach to 1 player – £25.00 Per Session                         5 Week Block – £100.00 (1 Week Free)

1 coach to 4 players- £50.00 per session                        5 week Block-£200.00 (1 week free)

NB. One to One Coaching programmes can include up to 4 players at one time giving parents a more cost-effective solution if you have more players interested.

To gain more information or to book please contact us below.

1. Centre of attention
1-on-1 football coaching puts the learner in the centre of attention, it’s easy for players to get overlooked at group training or in busy environments – this form of training provides the perfect opportunity for the coach to deliver detailed coaching points that will increase the player’s performance. In addition to this, from a coaching and teaching perspective it is important to acknowledge that every individual is different and therefore, may have different learning styles. A 1-on-1 coach can quickly assess how each player most effectively learns and adapt their coaching style to fit them best.

2. Social and Psychological Development
Over the recent years, the FA has promoted the importance of player psychology. 1-on-1 football coaching creates an environment in which the player is being constantly and adequately challenged. This form of training encourages players to take ownership and responsibility for their successes and failures within each session. This can have a positive effect in preparation for matches and competitive environments and can also make them a more independent and decisive player in team environments.

3. Working towards personal goals: no matter the ability
There is a common misconception that only professional or near academy players should pursue 1-on-1 football coaching. This is wrong, the benefit of a 1-on-1 football coach is that they are flexible, have vast experience and can design a personal programme relevant to the areas the player would like to develop in. Each player has different objectives, goals and circumstances and this is why a 1-on-1 football coach can really help as they will take the time to listen, analyse and discuss a strategy and programme to effectively develop the player. There is also a constant communication line between the coach and the player which allows both to adapt to situations or unpredictable circumstances and most importantly continuously look for possible improvements in performance.

4. Practice makes permanent
No matter the level of the player, there is always room for technical improvement, and it is often hard for the player to know themselves what needs correcting and what they should be doing differently. If a player unknowingly repeats an action or a touch on the ball with bad form, then they will find it difficult to correct this. However, in a 1-on-1 coaching environment, the coach is able to spot bad technique quickly and correct it. This means that mistakes can be explained to the player in detail, so that they have a better understanding of the correct form and work on repeating good habits.

5. Flexibility
Busy schedules can be challenging and 1-on-1 football coaching provides an efficient training session that can fit in with your timetable. 1-on-1 football coaches work versatile hours and will be able to coach based on the rest of the player’s routine which is especially important if the player has team training and matches at other points in the week, allowing for necessary recovery time. This is also beneficial for busy parents who can book their coach for time slots that are convenient and allow them to juggle other commitments. Another benefit of 1-on-1 coaching is the flexibility of location, you may not need to travel far, have access to equipment or a pitch, often a park is effective as the coach will bring their own equipment.

These benefits are just the beginning of the positive effects this coaching can have on players. The best way to find out how they can develop a player’s performance and if this is the right option for you is to test it out. 1-on-1 coaches are always looking for new clients as they are often energetic and driven individuals who are passionate about the development of their players.

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