Paola, franchisee from El Salvador, explains why Little Kickers is different from traditional soccer classes
How long have you been with Little Kickers?
We officially started our Little Kickers classes in September 2017.
What were you doing before Little Kickers?
Since 2004, I have been working in the soccer industry and currently operate four sports venues, with a total of 12 soccer fields while also running Little Kickers.
Why did you join Little Kickers?
My husband and I have been in the soccer business since 2004. We are huge soccer fans and we live in El Salvador, a small country that doesn’t have the best soccer league and players but does have a strong passion for the sport.
Through the years, in the business, we have seen many soccer coaches come and go through our venues, and lots of parents looking for soccer classes for their children. However, nothing worked, that is until we joined Little Kickers!
What makes Little Kickers different from other programmes?
I really don’t know where to start! After almost a year with the Little Kickers programme, I’m simply in love with it! At our venues, we have seen the difference between traditional soccer classes and Little Kickers.
First, the age groups and the structure of the classes for each group is amazingly designed for the kids to be able to keep focused, learn and have fun. Secondly, the programme is simply so much fun! Each of the games can be adapted to the age groups and to different situations. What I’ve learned from the programme is amazing, but mainly I have learned that having fun with the kids is the key to its success.