On Sunday NSFA welcomed 30 new coaches to the XLR8 Player Development Programs in an event held at Lindfield Sports Centre.
XLR8, previously known as NSFA Football School, offers NSFA clubs and players with a variety of training programs to supplement their football development.
“Our key goal through XLR8 is to strengthen the technical foundation for all players in the region,” explained NSFA Community Football Manager Ed Ferguson.
“XLR8 coaches will provide professional and structured coaching to each of our programs, which aim to meet the various needs of both clubs and individual players in the association.”
Ferguson made an introductory presentation to the coaches before splitting them into groups, where they were then provided with discussion topics about various aspects of coaching.
Ferguson then delivered a coaching workshop on the synthetic fields at the Sports Centre, with the day finishing with a barbeque lunch.
More information on the XLR8 Development Programs can be found under the XLR8 section of the NSFA website.