Our Vision

EvoSoccer has been developed to provide personal and bespoke mentoring programme for young aspiring football players. Here we #DecodeTheGame into 15 different aspects, unlocking the key components that underpin elite performance:

Ball Literacy – Ball Juggling – Evasion Skills – Passing & Receiving

Attacking – Defending – Physical Literacy – Speed & Agility – Set Pieces

Position Specific – Social Approach – Mental Approach

Performance Lifestyle – Targets & Goal Setting – Performance Review

The aim of EvoSoccer is not to take away from the fantastic work done by grass roots clubs and academy coaches, but to be detailed in our approach to support every child’s technical, tactical mental and social development. Providing them with a personalised plan that supports them through 2500+ Apprentice, Ace, Pro and Master levels of skill development.


Fantastic evening of Football on Friday.

Many thanks for Greenhill U9’s for coming down! Some incredible moments of skill and couldn’t be prouder of how all the children conducted themselves. The atmosphere was great, so a massive thank you to all the families for cheering both teams on in a positive manner!

We’re always looking for fixtures so if you’d like to come down get in touch! We can film games for the coaches, families and children to watch back afterwards. It’s a great tool to help learning and the children love it!

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Max our U10’s keeper played a great game in goal for SWFC yesterday evening. We’ve asked for some insights from him, so we can all learn from his experiences:

Best moment:

It was great fun playing with children that I hadn’t played with before and my goalkeeping coach gave me great advice during the match.

Biggest lesson:

I need to call for the ball to be passed back from my defence so they can learn to trust me as a player as well as a goalkeeper.

These two simple questions can start such a fantastic reflective process for the children and you great some incredible insights. Try them this weekend rather than what was the score? How many goals did you score? Get the focus on the process not the outcome. That’s where the learning happens.

Here Max is loving this new opportunity to meet other young people in sport and realises he needs to prove his worth and develop their trust. Great to see he has a process and goal to develop towards. He’s truly becoming a great independent young person in sport! Keep it up Max! We’re really proud of you!
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Fantastic Friday evening of fixtures for our U11’s Vs Brunsmeer and U8’s Vs Young Elites.

Some incredible moments of skills and team passing phases that made us highly proud. In particular one moment when Harry (pictured in the middle) scored his first ever goal for us. A massive moment for him and it was great to see all his friends rush straight over to congratulate him!

We have availability’s for fixtures over November, so get in touch if you’d like to bring a team down. We can film in 4K video, which is great feedback for coaches and the children love watching themselves play!

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AZ Alkmaar have redeveloped their academy pitches. Installing a playground, beach and street football zone to grow the children’s playful nature into their approach.

Have our academies become too serious? Share if like us, you’d like to see more of this in our youth development!

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Sheffield Sessions

Sheffield Evo Soccer sessions are Monday, Wednesday Evenings at St George’s Park Graves, Bochum Parkway, S8 8JR. 5.30pm to 7.00pm. Representative Games are Friday Evenings 5.00pm to 7.00pm. For more information Contact: Will Stubbs: 07539 68747 or Email: willstubbs@evosoccer.co.uk

Bath Sessions

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Ex-England star attends under 11s Football Training in Bracknell

Monday, 30 November, Bracknell - Ex-England and Tottenham Hotspur football star Darren Anderton was keeping a watchful eye over some of the most talented footballers in the Bracknell area last week.