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Charlton Challenge & Toddler Soccer

Toddler Soccer is a great introduction to football, helping children aged 3-4 to interact with their peers from a very young age.

It is a fun-based concept aimed at encouraging all aspects of mental and physical development using football as the tool.

Every activity is intended to improve motor skills, balance, co-ordination and agility. The object of the programme is to create a fun and playful, but also educational atmosphere, developing basic skills of dribbling, passing and control.

The Charlton Challenge is CACT’s own award-winning scheme for 5 to 12-year-old boys and girls, delivered by FA-qualified coaches.

Charlton Challenge is a structured and progressive scheme aimed at developing children's core football skills. It is designed to create maximum enjoyment and involvement while also helping young footballers realise their full potential.

Each course lasts concentrates on the game's four essential skills – dribbling, passing, control and shooting; as well as improving co-ordination, balance, fitness and social skills.

All Toddler Soccer and Charlton Challenge courses are delivered by FA and UEFA-qualified coaches. Individual feedback is given to every child, while there are also gifts and certificates.

CACT is running a range of courses throughout the Royal Borough of Greenwich and the London Borough of Bexley. The first session is free.

For more information, please contact Bradley Marshall on bradley.marshall@cact.org.uk. Bookings can be made by contacting your local Better Leisure Centre directly.

Click here for more details about Toddler Soccer and a list of course venues.

Click here for more details about Charlton Challenge and a list of course venues.