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Newcastle Jets Skills Program

Newcastle Jets are excited to offer a new 10 and/or 20 week skills program to kids seeking to improve their game!

A specialised, 10 and/or 20 week program, starting the week of July 12, aimed at developing the skills of young footballers in the Newcastle, Hunter Valley and Port Stephens region under the guidance of Newcastle Jets-trained coaches.

It’s open to all players, no matter their playing experience or skill level, and thanks to Skills Program Partner, Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group (NCIG) it’s back in 2021.

Open to kids aged 6 – 13, the Newcastle Jets Skills Program will see your child spend an hour with Newcastle Jets trained coaches every week for 10 and/or 20 weeks, improving their football skills and confidence in a controlled and comfortable environment.

This is what your child will receive when they sign up to be a Newcastle Jets Skills Program kid:

  • 10/20 weeks of high-quality coaching, covering Term 3/4 of the 2021 school year
  • A full Newcastle Jets Skills Program kit, thanks to NCIG, including a shirt, shorts, socks, and a jumper
  • A junior membership for the upcoming season
  • Opportunities to participate A-League matchday activities

Who: The program is open for kids aged 6 – 13 (turning 6 – 13 in 2021), and is open to both boys and girls who will train together throughout the entirety of the program.

Kids will only be placed in their appropriate age groups.

Cost: The total cost for the program is $525 ($425 with Active Kids voucher) for 20 weeks, $355 ($255 with Active Kids voucher) for 10 weeks even less if a returning participant with current kit, payable upfront. 

Where: Two locations – Speers Point and Nelson Bay.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does my child need to be experienced in football?

No. The program is developed for all levels of experience.

Can my child train in a different age group?

No.  Participants can only register in the year of the age.

Can we pay in instalments?

No.  All payments must be made in advance.

Can we train more than one night?

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