Deutsche Fussball Akademie
Unlike other football schools, the German Football Academy takes a comprehensive conceptual approach. The German Football Academy is not only aimed at children and young people interested in football, but also at the numerous coaches, trainers, support staff and parents who are responsible for the care of these children and young people in the many small clubs on a voluntary basis. One of the main objectives of the German Football Academy is therefore to strengthen the predominantly voluntary commitment to coaching in the children's and youth sector and to offer comprehensive, professional support in this regard.
The following applies to children and young people interested in football:
Each child and youth is individually supported! and develop fun in the game and in their own learning success!
For the coaches, trainers, supervisors and parents involved, the following applies:
Help for self-help on the spot! and We bring further education to the coach!
The concept of the German Football Academy is particularly characterised by training and education know-how that is appropriate for children and young people. In addition to the integration of pedagogical and developmental psychological principles, this constantly takes into account the latest sports science findings. Another quality criterion is the use of professional training equipment and tried and tested teaching materials.
The tried and tested concept of the German Football Academy for children's and youth football is based on a variety of self-produced teaching media, a differentiated training and further education system and permanent quality control.
NEW: Cooperation with the German Football Boarding School (DFI)
At the start of the cooperation, the DFI and DFA will jointly select the "Footballer of the Year" from the participants of the DFA events in 2021, who will receive a one-year full scholarship at the DFI free of charge.
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Fun & Action for boys and girls
Learning-intensive and attractive training in small groups (6 - 8 goalkeepers)
Age- and performance-appropriate grouping for optimal learning success
- 6 to 9 years: playful introduction to goalkeeper play
- 10 to 13 years: basic training in goalkeeping technique and tactics
- 14 to 18 years: individually oriented "power training
Individual development at different training and playing stations
Individual and group competitions Experience-rich and fun-oriented learning with a sense of achievement