Los Angeles

Proprietory training methods

The key to a successful training of a child
lies in his genuine interest to
everything that takes place in the sport hall.

The development and implementation of methodologies
of Junior trainings are held by
practicing top-level coaches
and members of Lesgaft
National State University of Physical Education,
Sport and Health.

Some of our training techniques are
from our partners Portuguese
"Sporting", Scottish "Celtic"
and Greek "Olympiacos".

The key to a successful training of a child
lies in his genuine interest to
everything that takes place in the sport hall.

The development and implementation of methodologies
of Junior trainings are held by
practicing top-level coaches
and members of Lesgaft
National State University of Physical Education,
Sport and Health.

Some of our training techniques are
from our partners Portuguese
"Sporting", Scottish "Celtic"
and Greek "Olympiacos".

JUNIOR's youngest players play soccer
and train in game format.

JUNIOR's methodology focuses on the child's developmental abilities and is perfect for preschool children. Our methodology recognizes both the physical and the social aspects of playing a team sport. Children who play soccer with us become socialized early, learn to communicate with peers and develop team spirit- all as they practice the #1 sport in the world!

JUNIOR's methodology is dynamic and personalized: as your children learn from us, we learn from them! JUNIOR's methodology is developed by top European experts in youth soccer.

Our Experts

Michael Oenning

PhD in Physical education and sports from University of Münster, holder of UEFA's PRO license. Head coach of German national league's Nurnberg and Hamburg teams, with extensive experience with German junior teams.

Eduard Bezuglov

Chief physician of the Russian national soccer team.

Oleg Alentiev

Children's coach of "Arsenal" Academy, London.

Thiago Kapaz

15 years' experience as a children's coach at the Academy of the Sporting Clube de Portugal. Among his students are players of the national teams of Portugal and England - Nani, Cedric Soares, Joao Mario, and Eric Dyer.