No matter what age or skill level you’re at, you can learn how to play football in Metro Manila with zero experience.
When imagining football lessons for beginners, many will likely think of a group of kids running around on a field. After all, football is a great sport that can teach children important life skills such as teamwork, leadership, and resilience. But the opportunity to learn these things shouldn’t stop once you get older — learning football should be open to anyone and everyone, and in SPARTA Football Academy, it is!
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to play football, SPARTA Philippines is here for you. The sports and recreation center offers football lessons to anyone, from kids to adults, right in the middle of Metro Manila
SPARTA’s Football for Adults sessions take place on weekdays, from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM. This is a perfect timeslot even for those who work full-time jobs and is a great way to unwind after a full day of work.
On the weekends, it’s the kids’ turn to take on SPARTA’s indoor pitch. From toddlers to 15-year-olds, kids of all ages get their own dedicated time slots on Saturdays and Sundays where they can get together and play.
SPARTA’s location in Mandaluyong makes their football lessons very accessible, especially in the condensed Metro Manila, where pitches tend to be few and far between. On top of this, their turf is one of the best in the country, boasting the same kind of pitches used in the top league in Italy, treating every player like a professional.
And the best part? Whether you’re five or 50, SPARTA’s program requires zero experience. The core value of their Football Academy is to simply have fun.
No matter what age you are, no matter what fitness level, and no matter what experience you have in the sport, SPARTA Football Academy’s mission is to bring this beautiful game closer to Filipinos. Football is a great way to develop your character on and off the pitch, meet new people, and work up a sweat.
Find out more about SPARTA’s Football Academy here.
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