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For the past 25 years, Challenger Sports have run more soccer camps and clinics in North America than any other organization. The company has built a reputation based upon professionalism, and quality in everything we do and upon the quality of the 1200+ young men and women who we select and train to coach for us.

As the Challenger footprint expands overseas, we are very excited about the opportunity it now gives us to recruit talented and enthusiastic coaches from other countries. Our curriculum has always been based upon a collection of the best coaching ideas from Europe, South America, and North America and our campers have always loved the cultural and international elements of our programs. We are now pleased to be able to enhance this truly global soccer experience by having coaches from a wide range of countries share their knowledge and passion for the game with our 200,000 participants!

Our summer camps and year-round coaching programs will boast an incredible team of coaches from Australia, New Zealand, Holland, Brazil, USA and Canada as well as our traditional team of Brits from England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Ireland and Wales. Th is diversity of experiences and cultures reflects the truly global nature of the sport of soccer and we are proud to share the best practices from around the globe with the many players, parents and coaches we work with throughout North America.

To find out more about coaching on summer camps or for details of our nine-month trainer positions, please click on the link to our staff recruiting site below.

Go to Staff Recruiting Site

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Email Ben Beer
Tel: 07930 473 289 (Mobile)

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The Tuesday Coaches Tip...

4-Man Combination Finishing

- This is a 4-man combination that results in a shot on goal. -
Player “A” passes to Player “B” who them plays the ball at an angle backwards to Player “C”, who then plays a direct pass to Player “D” (the forward).
- Player “D” collects the ball and lays it off to an oncoming Player “A” who then has a shot on goal.
- Player “C” should make a supporting run in case of any rebounds from the shot.
- Once there is a shot or goal, the same sequence is repeated coming the other way by the opposite team.

Coaching Points
- Everything should be played at game speed.
- Passes must be accurate, to feet, and with good pace. -
Encourage good communication and make sure the final shot is on target.
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