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'Sidelined-2-Sidelines' is a bespoke coach education & mentoring programme for 16-25 year olds specifically designed to increase the number of British Asian coaches who can act as role models and help develop provision in predominantly Asian communities. It is hoped that in turn, this will increase the number of young people from minority communities accessing high quality football coaching, inspire others to get involved as volunteer coaches at the grass roots and provide pathways into the professional game.
 
'Sidelined-2-Sidelines' is based on a high quality training provision and is not only about providing jobs to young coaches, but also equipping coaches as youth workers who will acquire the right skills to engage effectively with disadvantaged young people living in marginalised communities.
 
Workshop 1: June 2013
S2S coaches and mentors had the opportunity to meet Zesh Rehman and ask him questions about his career and future plans. The workshops was delivered by S2S mentors Liton Zaman (West Ham United), Irfan Kawri (Wigan Athletic), Kam Uppal (WBA) and Kaleem Ali (QPR).
 

Workshop 2: July 2013

We were pleased to welcome Rob Udberg (Chelsea FC) and Nick Levett (FA / Fulham FC) to deliver to our S2S coaches and mentors. Rob delivered a coaching masterclass focusing on ball-related warm ups whilst Nick gave an overview of the FA 'Whole Game Plan'.

FA Level One in Coaching Football: August 2013
Twent-four S2S coaches started their first step onto the coaching ladder. The course was delivered internally by our partners the Surrey FA and took place at the Streatham-Croydon Rugby Club in Thornton Heath. During the course, all 24 participants also completed their FA Emergency First Aid and Safeguarding Children workshop.

Workshop 3: August 2013
The workshop was delivered by S2S Mentors Rupesh Popat (Fulham FC) and Manraj Singh (MK Dons). Rupesh spoke to the coaches about effective coaching behaviors whilst Manraj discussed the importance of creating a positive learning environment.


Workshop 4: September 2013
We were pleased to welcome Sheila Medici (Premier League) and Ben Bartlett (FA). Sheila, an expert in the area of Safeguarding, delivered a 45-minute workshop on 'Safer Working Practises' which reinforced to the coaches their roles and responsibilities around children and young people. Ben delivered a short presentation on 'Coaching Styles & Communication' which was then linked to a Coaching Masterclass where Ben elaborated on progressing Level 1 games which coaches could use for future sessions. Two young coaches also delivered a coaching session which Ben and other coaches gave constructive feedback.

Workshop 5: September 2013
The S2S coaches were invited to St Georges Park for a Talent Identification workshop and a coaching masterclass delivered Noel Blake - England Under 19's Manager. The coaches also had an opportunity to listen to Brendan Batson talk about the FA COACH Bursary programme and sit through a 'Player Pathways' workshop by Taff Islam - Academy Coach at Arsenal Football Club.
 
 
Workshop 6: October 2013
Gary Mulcahey, a UEFA-A License Coach and Sports Development Director at the Crystal Palace FC Foundation deliverd a workshop around 'Conditional Games' for the S2S coaches. Gary, who also worked for the Jason Roberts Foundation in Grenada gave the coaches a good insight into the importance of volunteering and the different routes into the professional game.
 
 
Workshop 7: December 2013
Tom Byer, a grassroots specialists coach from Japan, made a special visit to England to put on a coaching master class for the S2S coaches. Tom's workshop focused around the importance of 'ball mastery' for young children and how coaches and parents play an important role in a players development. Tom then delivered a session for children from ZRF Juniors FC, a team set up by S2S coaches.
 
 
Workshop 8: January 2014
Fulham FC Academy hosted the S2S coaches at Motspur Park. Keith Stlies, under 11's lead coach and ZRF Mentor Rupesh Popat (under 12's coach) delivered a two-part workshop on 'Producing Creative Players'. The classroom session focused on the philosophy of the Fulham Academy where all the S2S coaches were provided with resources, whilst in the practical session Keith and Rupesh delivered an Academy session where the coaches joined in.
 
 
FA Youth Module One: February 2014
24 S2S coaches started their FA Youth Module One qualification - delivered exclusively for the ZRF by the London FA and took place at Graveney School in Tooting, South London. The FA Youth Module One course equips coaches with a greater knowledge and understading of the importance of creating the right environment for children to learn. 
 
 
Chelsea Asian Star 2014: May 2014
25 S2S coaches supported the Chelsea FC Asian Star 2014 event at the Chelsea state of the art training ground in Cobham. The ZRF coaches were buddied up with Chelsea FC Foundation coaches to deliver skill tests and encouragement to over 400 children from across the country. The ZRF also delivered a presentation to parents on the importance of 'Parent Coach' during the early years of the childs development. The day also marked a great achievement for all the coaches who were able to put to practise all the skills and advice they had obtained duroing the last 12 months on the S2S programme.
 

The 'Sidelined-2-Sidelines' programme, which is funded by the Premier League and Professional Footballers Association, is currently being delivered in association with the Chelsea FC Foundation and QPR FC In the Community Trust respectively. The project will develop coaches through a variety of activities including workshops, coaching sessions, mentoring meetings and qualifications including;

  • FA Level 1, 2 & UEFA B Certificate in Coaching football
  • FA Youth Modules 1, 2 & 3
  • Refereeing
  • Scouting & Talent Identification
  • Equality & Diversity

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Whilst gaining sport related and vocational qualifications, coaches come together on a regualr basis to develop their coaching skills and  mentoring abilities -  increasing their potential of becoming role models within their communities.

To get involved and request more infomation please click here.

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