Congratulations to Theo, Lion Cub of the Week! Lion Cubs runs every Sunday from 10-11am at Teddington Rugby Club. For more information contact: Info@lionssports.academy or call 020 3424 5070. ..
Why has this country not produced a genuinely world-beating footballer like Lionel Messi in decades? Why has South America produced so many? Why have England mustered one semi-final appearance in a half-century of World Cups? Why have Argentina and Brazil reached eight finals between them within the same time frame? The answers are simple. Just take a look at the grass-roots development of young footballers, both here and in South America. In England, kids slog it out with one another on miserable Sunday mornings, hacking about in the mud, contending with gale-force wind ..
Come and visit Lions Sports Academy at Hampton Fun Day. Venue: Hampton & Richmond Borough FC, (Top Pitch), Station Road, Hampton, TW12 2BX Date: Saturday 21st May 2016 Time: 11am to 6pm Entrance Fee: £1 per person All in One Events promise a fun filled day out for all the family to enjoy. There will be bouncy castles, rides, side stalls and plenty of options for food and drink. In addition: Lions Sports Academy will be running a penalty shoot out and there will be an opportunity to test your speed against our high tech light gates wi..
Rugby is certainly not a sport for those of faint heart, spirit, or body. Recently-retired Welsh back row Jonathan Thomas summarised the gladiatorial mentality of the rugby player perfectly, saying that “you need to want to go out and hurt people”. Undeniably, this perception rings true. There is an accepted brutality to the sport; a devilish undercurrent that is entirely integral to the game’s growing global appeal to players and spectators alike. No-one involved in rugby would want to take that away. However, when Thomas’ summation is viewed..
Cycling has for some time stood atop the British sporting podium. The exploits of Messrs Wiggins and Froome in Le Tour, coupled with that Herculean Olympic effort on home soil four years ago, built upon an already impressive pedigree to catapult cycling to the forefront of the nation’s sporting consciousness. No longer was it seen merely as a fashionable way to get around Cambridge; cycling became something that happened in a velodrome. It was pure, undiluted drama, it was the Knight and Dame-making showpiece of the Olympics, and it was undeniably ours to dominate..
Congratulations to Leicester City worthy champions of the Barclays Premier League; quite an incredible feat. To those in the know it is painted as a hitherto unrivalled feat of triumph against all the odds; a real-life David vs Goliath in which David’s hand-made, bodge-job slingshot has pierced the expensively assembled, diamanté-clad armour of the petrodollar-backed Goliath. In short, for those of us who have witnessed the time-honoured domination of the footballing elite on a weekly basis, the scale of Leicester’s achievement is obvious, in that it was completely an..
Lion Cubs Summer Camp We are excited to announce the dates of our first ever Lion Cubs Summer Camp! 9:30 to 12:00 - 26th, 27th & 28th July 9:30 to 12:00 - 23rd, 24th & 25th August Available to boys and girls age 2 to 7 years the camp is designed to help children with their fundamental movement skills with a focus on: Catching Decision making Developing athleticism Evasion skills Throwing whilst of course having lots of fun! Book now ... limited spaces available! ..
Spring Half Term Courses This Spring Half Term Lions are offering the following Rugby and Football Courses: Old Wimbledonian Warriors on 2nd & 3rd June High Wycombe 31st May, 1st & 2nd June Lions Development Programme U9 to U13 on 31st May & 1st June U14 to U18 on 2nd June & 3rd June Lions Football Development Camp At Udney Park Playing Fields, Teddington, TW11 9BG 31st May, 1st & 2nd June ..
Over Easter half term Lions held a Football Development Course. Looking back over the course there were some great highlights to reflect on ... We witnessed some great players and skills, with the first day's subject being 'manipulation' this gave the players an opportunity to 'show boat' and show off their skills, in the 1v1 games and tournaments. Over the course of the 3 days we had a different topic each day, with the morning focusing on intense training adapted into fun drills, and the afternoon..
Football - Day 1 & 2 We had a great response to The Mall Football Camp, with the pupils 3 favourite coaches Theo, Kieran.W and Kieran.T everyone knew it was going to be a good 2 days from the word go. The first day focused on attacking and defending, with each player willing to learn new skills. We adapted these elements into fun games as we wanted the camp to be as enjoyable as possible. In the afternoons we were able to go into matches where the players were automatically taking what they have learnt in the morning and showcasing it in..
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