Managed by Del Lacey
Managed by Reggie Chott
Managed by Colin Smith
Managed by Vince Pilla
Managed by Steven Tomlinson
Managed by Dave Wiseman
Managed by Paul Dempsey
Managed by Rehana Ahmed
Join us for the 2019/20 season. All our upcoming matches are announced on our Facebook team pages.
Join us for the 2018/19 season. When we have played our matches the results are shared in our Facebook team pages.
Our sole aim, is to provide children of all abilities with a unique footballing experience, developing their physical, social and communication skills, in a safe environment. We do this by delivering structured training sessions through a combination of fun and enjoyable games designed to increase your child's co-ordination and confidence. Through natural progression, moving up within the designated year groups, we introduce specific techniques aimed at improving each individuals footballing skills and knowledge of the game. At all times players are encouraged to make their own decisions, without fear of making mistakes.
All involved with Two Mile Ash Sports Football Club strive to provide the best possible experience for all who attend our sessions. We welcome any positive and / or negative feedback from all parents and children, covering anything related to the football school. You can do this via email or phone at any time, thank-you for all your support. Football is in our blood! Feel the same? Come along to see us in action and join the fun!
Why do we say "it's not the winning but the taking part that counts"? It's a phrase echoed by the founder of the Olympics, Baron Pierre de Coubertin, who said "The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning but taking part; the essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting well." Most people seem to agree that trying and failing is more admirable than not trying at all. In young children's sporting events, last place is often rewarded with a 'wooden spoon' or booby prize. Grown-ups don't even have this to look forward to. Therefore, all our players get something out of every game that play with us and many other skills to use in their everyday life.
“It is commonly accepted that through sport one learns to persevere, to sacrifice, and to be self-disciplined, to work hard, to follow orders, to be a leader, and to work with others. Ethics And Moral Behaviour In Sport”, Corbett 1999
If you want to get some more information about any of our teams, get in touch with us via email, telephone or visit us at our training fields. One of our friendly staff members will guide you through the available options which will suit you and your child.