Lit­tle Kick­ers Malaysia

Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Indoor fitness and exercises for kids -

One of the most pop­u­lar sports to take up for chil­dren is foot­ball no mat­ter which part of the world you come from, and ev­ery­one loves kick­ing a ball around with their friends. Fut­sal is foot­ball’s quicker, in­door al­ter­na­tive. If you’re keen to give your lit­tle one an early start in the ‘beau­ti­ful game’, Lit­tle Kick­ers is the pro­gramme for you.

Cre­ated by Chris­tine Stan­schus, a mum in Lon­don who couldn’t find a foot­ball class for her two-year-old son, the classes teach the ba­sics of foot­ball and fut­sal. Ac­cord­ing to Kalvin­der Singh, who brought the pro­gramme to Malaysia in 2013, Lit­tle Kick­ers Malaysia has ‘five cen­tres and ten preschools run­ning the pro­gramme with al­most 300 kids en­joy­ing our ses­sions each week.’

The classes avail­able are Lit­tle Kicks, Ju­nior Kick­ers, Mighty Kick­ers and Mega Kick­ers, and are or­gan­ised ac­cord­ing to age from 18 months to seven years old. The kids learn about sports­man­ship, tech­nique, skills and how to play the game. Lit­tle Kick­ers im­ple­ments the motto ‘Play, not push’ at all times, so young­sters can en­joy the sport, learn and most im­por­tantly have fun play­ing. Cen­tral Park Dataran Sun­way; Da­mansara Heights Com­mu­nity Hall; Fo­rum 19 in Sec­tion 19, PJ; Sports Planet Am­pang (017 9400 015 /www.lit­tle­kick­ers.com.my).

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