Charlton Challenge

The Charlton Challenge has been relaunched as a new and improved programme. A new curriculum, grading system and different types of sessions are just some aspects of the relaunch.

The Charlton Challenge is Charlton Athletic Community Trust's (CACT's) own award-winning scheme for 2-12 years boys and girls, delivered by our qualified coaches.

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

All Charlton Challenge sessions are delivered over 12 to 16 weeks three times a year at your local leisure centre and are split into four challenges.

Toddler Soccer

Aged 2-3.

Delivered to support boys’ and girls’ first experience in sport. All games delivered are fun and engaging while looking to support core movement skills. At the end of each session, each player will be rewarded with celebratory stickers:

FUNdamental Challenge

Aged 3-5.

First step into developing core football skills. The Fundamental Challenge focuses on: Fundamental Skills, Ball Mastery, Social Development and Game Understanding.

Technical Challenge

6-8 years.

Provides more for players who are keen on developing as little footballers. The Technical Challenge will be a fun environment to develop the core football techniques of: Dribbling and Control, Passing, Shooting and Finishing Attacking and Defending.

Match Play Challenge

9+

Weekly opportunities for players to play the beautiful game whether you play in a team or are just looking to play in a fun environment. Coaches will deliver different “match related” sessions, World Cup-style tournaments, 4v4 tournaments, futsal or 1v1 and 2v2 challenges, all to offer players a different or new environment to develop and enjoy their football.

At the end of the course, players across all four challenges will receive a CAFC gift and a certificate. Fundamental and Technical Challenge participants will also be graded and will each receive a wristband to determine which level of the challenge they are to help support development and growth.

For more information, please contact Dan Marshall or Bradley Marshall at

daniel.marshall@cact.org.uk or bradley.marshall@cact.org.uk

or call 020 8850 2866.

Click here to see our new Charlton Challenge booklet.

Click here for sessions in:

BEXLEY

GREENWICH

KENT


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