Welcome to Playmakers

Playmakers, simply, is sport for children under 5 years old. It is a unique Football and Multisports programme for children aged 18 months to 5 years old.  Our professional coaches are specially trained to capture the imagination, enabling children to learn their ABCs (agility, balance and coordination) through play! Playmakers sessions are focused around two characters: Skip and Dribble. Children enter the world of ‘Planet Playmakers’, with their friends Skip and Dribble… but watch out for Solar Flare!

Playmakers sessions are the perfect stepping stone into all sports, or even just to develop confidence, social skills and basic ABCs for young children. The programme is based around the FA’s “Four Corner” model, with our coaches helping players improve technically (their playing ability), psychologically (the “good people” side to what we do), physically (their agility, balance and coordination) and socially (how they interact with their peers and adults).




Testimonials

“Mr Andy is absolutely fantastic and has a natural rapport with children. His sessions are effective, well planned and lots of fun. Andy is able to challenge children of all abilities and is able to meet the needs of the individual, as well as the group. We would recommend them highly.”

Oakfield Nursery School

NDNA Best Nursery in UK 2014
NMT Best Individual Nursery 2008


“Since joining Premier Football Coaching based at Wilmslow High School my son William (8 yrs) has really enjoyed himself, he has gained in confidence , learned new football skills and made new friends, the coaches at PFC create an ideal learning environment to allow the children to develop and I would strongly recommend this excellent coaching to anyone.”

Ian Barsted

Vale Juniors (Congleton)FC


“I have been looking to find some advanced football coaching for my son who has really started to develop as a young player. He plays for a local junior team with his friends and has recently been scouted to attend sessions at the Man City academy. The standard of the players and the coaches was first class. Now that the Academy groups are playing more fixtures against high quality opposition, it gives the players a purpose and a real desire to improve. Thanks for all the great support you have given my son.”

David Atkinson