Bring your children to the Frodsham Juniors FC Academy Sessions.
Frodsham JFC’s Academy Session is a fun introduction to organised football for boys & girls in Reception and Year One (aged 5 – 7) and is the first step in our players’ journey through the Club.
These sessions, led by FA Qualified and DBS checked Coaches are held 11am – 12 noon each Sunday on the bottom field at Frodsham Community Centre. All abilities are welcome and the sessions are all about having fun, making friends and learning the basics of the game.
If your child is interested in football and you are looking for them to play in a fun, safe and organised environment bring them along. Simply turn up with a drink, appropriate footwear and shin pads.
COVID-19 Control Measures
The Executive Committee wishes to express its commitment to providing a safe environment for our Academy Sessions, to that end the rules, instructions and responsibilities set out here are mandatory.
All participants including coaches, players and parents/carers must comply to ensure the safety of all involved. In addition, if a player or member of their household is displaying symptoms of COVID-19 they must not attend the Academy Session and should self-isolate inline with Government guidelines.
Parents are required to stay for the duration of the session to deal with any player interactions such as shoelace tying or dealing with injuries to their player and must adhere to social distancing throughout.
As part of their first aid kits, the session coaches have been provided with additional PPE and hand sanitiser, however, as the activity will take place outdoors, coaches are not obliged to wear these during the sessions.
Arrive on Time
Parents/Carers should deliver their children to the Astro as close to the session start time as possible and in a socially distanced manner. Keep your child with you until formally handed over to the coach.
Players are required to bring their own drink. Parents are asked to bring anti-bacterial hand wash/alcohol hand-gel to enable them to disinfect their child’s hands before and after the session. These must not be shared.