Little League’s in-house training programmes and supportive year-long schemes of work aim to develop all-round skills, helping children develop physically, mentally and socially through the medium of football and outdoor activity.
Beginning with the much-loved Fundamentals programme, the courses are progressive ensuring all kids can learn at their own speed. Little League’s Elite Development Programme, meanwhile, ensures the most talented individuals receive all the support they require to take their game to the highest level.
Additionally, Little League also provides football coaching to schools in the Klang Valleys, working with some of the leading international and national schools in the country to deliver fun, professionally-run co-curricular activities.
Little League Academies
FUNdamentals Programme As its name suggests, Little League’s Fundamentals programme is about one thing above all else: enjoyment. Starting with the basics of football, from ball control and dribbling to passing and shooting, it aims to introduce the game to children of all abilities.
Developing players from the age of five, the programme takes kids through to 15 with football, teamwork and sporting fundamentals designed to stay with them for life. Held in one-hour sessions on weekend mornings at the KL Football Centre and The New Camp, Little League Fundamentals is the place to start for all budding young footballers.
Elite Development PROgramme From fitness and nutrition to tactics and techniques, the Little League EDP aims to nurture Malaysia’s most talented youth, giving players the best possible chance they have of reaching their true football potential.
Launching in 2015, Little League’s brand new Elite Development PROgramme is a by-invitation only academy for the club’s most talented and dedicated individuals. Reaching out to youth footballers from around the Klang Valley, the EDP will give opportunities to players in competitive squads at the Under-8, Under-10, Under-12, Under-14 and Under-16 age groups.
FC Kuala Lumpur
Started in 2009 in Mont Kiara, FC Kuala Lumpur coaches players from various international and national schools around the Klang Valley. Formerly known as Mont Kiara FC, the club secured its new home at KL Football Centre in Desa Melawati in June 2012. The facilities, fully managed by the club and with world-class amenities, have allowed FC Kuala Lumpur to develop into the competitive side that claimed the Borneo Cup in 2013. Eager to see more success, the club is now setting its sights on national and regional-level tournaments.
Sungai Buloh Football Academy
A development football team built in 2015 for the children living in the surrounding community, Sungai Buloh Football Academy aims to develop young people’s football abilities in a fun and enjoyable environment. Aiming to give children confidence in their footballing ability, improve their fitness and teach them good sportsmanship, the club relies on the expertise of committed coaches from around the world.
Working with the top international and national schools in the Klang Valley, Little League Soccer is the number one football co-curricular activity provider in Malaysia. Developing programmes that are both fun and educational, Little League coaches hundreds of enthusiastic kids each week at institutions such as the Alice Smith International School, the International School of Kuala Lumpur, SRI KDU International School, REAL International School and SJK(C) Yoke Nam.