Registration Opens For Football Academy

September 24, 2014

After launching earlier this year, the Sells Goalkeeping Academy has opened their 2014 fall registration.

The Academy, coached by Jay Smith, provides goalkeepers who attend the Academy with regular progress reports highlighting their strengths and weaknesses and targets for development. Furthermore, by limiting the places on the course, the Academy ensures that their participants will get the maximum benefit.

“Our aim is to develop confident, technical goalkeepers whilst teaching essential social skills such as good sportsmanship and respect, in addition to a good attitude to practice and play,” said Coach Smith.

“The program will focus on all aspects of goalkeeper training, including the technical, tactical, physical, and psychological qualities of the goalkeeper, enhanced and refined through specialized, challenging, and age appropriate training.

“This is a great opportunity for building goalkeepers from grassroots up to hone their skills and take their game to new levels in a fun, pressure free environment.”

Not only does the Academy develop goalkeepers, they can also film training sessions and games which will help goalkeepers to be recruited by clubs and schools abroad.

Call Coach Smith at 333-3706 or email at to reserve your spot before all are taken.

For more information, visit their website.

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  1. JUNK YARD DOG says:

    What does the future hold for Bermuda’s Young People ?

    Is the Trade Union Boss is asleep at the wheel ?
    Do something positive Sir ! besides organizing spectacular marches !

    There are too many school drop outs riding bikes around in circles on our roads today …. WHY ! is this so ? Is it because they have….

    No Hope !
    No Future !
    No Direction !
    No Skill !
    No Desire !



    Because there are not many Bank Manager jobs available,our young people would be allot better off if the schools would introduce TRADE TEACHING one day a week say at Cedar bridge or Berkley Ins , into the school system.

    Say Saturday morning when trades people are available to teach.

    Failing that ,we still have our highly skilled Seniors you put out to pasture at 65.

    Many of our young people leave school not knowing what the want out of life give them a reason for wanting to go to school.

    For some archaic “black board teaching is a thing of the past

    Get the BOYS AND GIRLS ready for the world of reality .

    We need another Trade Exhibition strictly for young people LET THEM them put it on.

    Education in Bermuda needs to enter the 27th century.