Football Academy Singapore – EuroAsia FC

our methodology

How we implement our Methodology

Create a structured year-long Football Pathway for the students across all age groups.

We have our Methodology based on the Professionals Clubs in Europe the Key objective is to develop players following a structured methodology aligned to the player’s age.

A defined methodology is very important in the development of players who need to learn, understand and practice the skills and behaviors at each stage for maximum growth and development.

team training session's methodology

That’s an instrument that makes it easier for the technical director, head coach and coaches to organise their work.

The Football Program  must have:                                                                   Own and Unique distribution dedicated to formative football. Program, management and coaches specialised in formative football. Specific objectives and forms of work for the sports training of the young players in order to develop their aptitudes.

The program addresses all the needs of the young football players from 5 to 17 years old and masters all the areas that influence the integral development of the youth player.

our focus areas


Continue to develop basics of movement and coordination.
Continue to develop speed, flexibility, power and endurance through games.
Warm-up (dynamic), Cooldown (static) stretchting.
Basic core stability and strength development.


Passing: short passing, long passing, wall and triangle passing, crossing the balls.
Receiving: on the ground, bouncing and air balls with laces and sole inside-outside of foot, tight and chest control.
Dribbling: change direction, close control, fakes/moves to beat opponents and shielding
Shooting: with laces, inside and outside of foot, placement vs power.


Defending: Pressure and covering defender, basic and advanced defensive concepts.
Attacking: passing patterns, basic and advanced combinations (wall passes).
Passing/Possession: Supporting angles, showing & hiding the bal, movement off the ball, timing of runs.


Introduction to mental concepts: concentration levels, confidence and emotional control, intrinsic motivation and Teamwork.
Understanding of the role and link between practice training and game.
Sportsmanship: winning or losing gracefully but fighting until the end of the game and Team Spirit.



Stages 1 and 2(5-8 years old)

they are characterised by an impulsive way of playing football. The training is done through fun games. The basic technical elements are already acquired in stage 1 and 2. However, they are the elements that entail the natural development of the child and above all that arise from the child’s need to always have the ball. In other words, the driving of the ball or the tickets.


Stage 3 (9-10 years old)

At the age of 9-10 years the ability to concentrate grows and the movement becomes more effective and exact, which allows to begin the teaching of the most complex elements of technique and tactics. Intellectualisation of attitude advances. (The interest in success grows, the desire to compete and the desire to do the exercises well).


Stages 4 and 5 (11-14 years old)

It is said that at the end of stage 5, or 14 years, the player should already have all the technical skills. Without a doubt, the variety of the player’s technical knowledge should be at a high level already, allowing more focus to be put on the more complex tactical concepts. In terms of physical preparation, these stages are the best for developing coordination. In addition, these stages are characterised by a high level of courage, the players are better prepared to receive the information, they have an easy time learning the most difficult movements.


Stages 6 and 7 (15-17 years old)

We continue to develop technical capabilities and put even more focus on the tactical aspect, being in the game where the level of knowledge of the player is always verified. In addition, in stage 6 and 7, positional training appears, which gives players tasks and expectations about positions on the field. Regarding physical preparation, we put emphasis on strength and special resistance and also on the development of already known habits.