Let’s Play Football is a 5-day or 3-day football skills & freestyle football coaching camp.
Every LPF camp is filled with plenty of skills, gameplay, small-sided games, challenges and the Activate Games!
Let’s Play Football offer 5-16 year olds the chance to develop on a variety of skills, techniques and behaviours to help them improve their footballing ability.
During the camp, children will challenge themselves with top bins, ‘how’s your touch’ and furthest goal as well as a chance to learn a whole host of freestyle tricks and football skills; Panenka, Rabona, Flip-flap, Rainbow Flick, Nutmegs / Panna, Juggling, Around the world, Roulette, and many more…
Every camp features individual skills sessions, 1 v 1 scenarios, challenges and small sided games and gameplay, finishing with the Activate Games Tournament!
The Activate Games Tournament is the showpiece event of the Activate Games!
The tournament is the ultimate showdown where mixed-age teams showcase their skills, teamwork, and sportsmanship in a netball world cup tournament
The team with the most points at the end of the tournament is crowned the Activate Games Champions!
Activate Camps have trained managers on every site who come from a variety of different backgrounds. We actively recruit school teachers, PGCE students, qualified sports coaches and childcare professionals to take our management roles. The professional staff we employ helps us exceed the high standard that are set and expected by Ofsted. All our staff are DBS checked and we will always have at least one first aid trained staff member on site at all time.
We recognise the importance of health and safety and child welfare. We are the only provider of our kind that has training developed in partnership with Cardinus Risk Management and approved by the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management.
Delivery of our Senior Stylers and First Team programme is by FA Qualified staff. Our Junior Trickster programme is delivered by staff with relevant football, childcare and Key stage 1 experience.
All children MUST bring along shin pads to be worn during competitive sessions.