The King's School | Pre-Academy Development Program

Program Overview

Designed to advance the skills of Year 3-6 students, this program is open exclusively to the boys of The King’s School wanting to develop their football skills under the guidance of Western Sydney Wanderers Academy coaches.

Program Outline

The King’s School Pre-Academy Development Program, in partnership with the Western Sydney Wanderers FC will build on the skills that players already possess while teaching them new skills and techniques to improve their game based on the club’s highly regarded coaching curriculum.

The Pre-Academy Development Program is held on every Friday during the school term from 3:30 PM – 4:45 PM at Price 1 Football Field, The King’s School.

  • Trained by our highly qualified Academy coaches the Wanderers coaching philosophy is player-centric and driven with the outcome to provide players for our Isuzu UTE A-League Men, Liberty A-League Women, and national teams
  • Players will be taught the same skills and methods as the Wanderers Academy players
  • An opportunity to identify and transition players into the Wanderers Academy

2024 Calender

The King’s School Pre-Academy Development Program will run alongside the school calendar year each Friday afternoon. 

  • Term Three Friday 26 July – Friday 27 September
  • Term Four Friday 18 October – Friday 6 December

What You Get

  • An additional The King’s School Pre-Academy Development Program training kit (jersey, shorts, socks)
  • Players will train in a safe and enjoyable learning environment
  • Coaching of the Pre Academy key principles which is consistent with our style of play across the club

 


Cost

PackageCost
Term Three$380

Add-Ons

ItemCost
Backpack$80.00
Jacket$80.00
Additional Uniform Set (jersey, shorts and socks)$50.00

REGISTRATIONS FOR THE KING’S SCHOOL PRE-ACADEMY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ARE NOW OPEN.

 

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