1-on-1 Personal Football Coaching
Who provides 1on1 Training in Ealing?
All of our 1-on-1 sessions in the Ealing area are delivered by our extremely experienced Academy Manager, Rory Mathers. As well as running our Ealing franchise Coach Rory also works for Brentford u16 development squad and Real Madrid Clinics, working with top level players across Europe.
Rory has also worked on projects for Arsenal in Australia, as well as working for a number of clubs here in the UK, including QPR, Watford and Brighton & Hove Albion.
Rory currently has a number of 1-on-1 clients who he is helping to develop and improve. His high energy, knowledge and experience means your child will have a lot of fun whilst still recieving top quality sessions.
Where are sessions held?
1on1 sessions can be held anywhere in the local area. You may have a suitable garden for the training, or there may be a park which can be used.
The predominant venue we use nearby to Ealing is:
Pitshanger Park, West Ealing, W5 1LS
How much do sessions cost?
“Best choice ever! Professional, friendly and knowledgeable coaches!
My son has been attending the Southall academy since almost 1 year. He absolutely loves every session and his skills improved a lot! WMF really does what it says. Coaches are amazing, professional and knowledgeable. Huge thanks to Marcelo for a great training, reviews regarding my son’s development and all help. Highly recommended!”
“My son has been training with We Make Footballers, since he was 3 years old. Marcelo and his coaches create a great environment where players of all ages and abilities can learn and enjoy football. Over the last 3 years, my son’s football has flourished under their coaching and he is now a very accomplished footballer playing at a very high level in his age group. I have recommended WMF to quite a few parents and many have joined their children up and continue to attend sessions.”
“The Ealing coaching team are highly professional and really friendly and very into inclusiveness. As a result Max so much looks forward to getting his football kit on a Sat morning to go to training.”