"At Eldene Primary, we have been working with Soccer Excellence for many years and learning from their expertise. The coaches are all professional and fun to work with - children are always motivated and eager to attend the sessions that they are leading. 


We have worked with the coaches to provide CPD for our teaching staff, which has supported them and raised confidence in teaching a range of sports. The coaches to lead some of our wide ranging after school sports clubs, and are invaluable when attending matches and competitions alongside school staff. They have also run successful sessions for our SRP class.


Matt (Mr Cosnett) and his team are highly motivated and have enhanced the provision at the school in a sustainable way. They have increased the number of children that are involved in a range of sports and the amount of time they spend in physical activity each week."

Eldene Primary School


"Soccer Excellence have been providing after school provision at Watchfield Primary School for nearly a year now. They have provided a range of clubs from: Rounders (ages 7-11) to Multi Skills (ages 5-7) and Football (ages 7-11.) The coaches are professional and reliable. Children are thoroughly engaged throughout and a fun time is had by all (including the coaches.) Soccer Excellence build up the children's fundamental movement skills through to sport specific tactics through a range of fun and exciting activities. I would highly recommend Soccer Excellence to enhance sports provision in primary and secondary schools."


Watchfield Primary School


"I have worked alongside coaches from Sporting & Soccer Excellence for around 10 years in my previous school and there was no doubt in my mind that when i joined my current school, there would be a place for them there also.


At Colebrook Junior School we have been working alongside Sporting & Soccer Excellence now for two years,


At first Ian and the coaches delivered football training sessions open to all year groups. The coaches delivered high quality football coaching to all children, those who were keen to be involved with football as well as those who were more competitive and wanted to play for the school team. Both boys and girls."


Colebrook Junior School.