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Toddler Football Franchise Coming to the Perth North Region of WA
Perth, Western Australia. – Grasshopper Soccer, the engaging children’s soccer program best known for its focus on child development using soccer as a tool, announced today it is commencing in the Perth North region of WA.
Meet Yuri, an IT Expert who has worked in the field for many years. Sick and tired of looking at a screen all day he decided he want to do something he was passionate about!
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Yuri said “I came across Grasshopper Soccer and saw it as a great opportunity for us to combine my love of soccer with my desire to help kids in my community. I cannot wait to get started and the response so far from parents has been out of this world considering we have only just announced our locations!
I cannot thank head office enough as the ease of training, helping with attaining locations, marketing our programs and the warmth and love from fellow franchisees across not only Australia but the UK and New Zealand as well, has been overwhelming. I highly recommend if you are thinking of joining the team, take the plunge as you will not be disappointed!”
I look forward to helping build the confidence and skills of children across all ages in a safe and supportive environment and can’t wait to meet all our new Grasshoppers.”
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Aimed at positively impacting children’s lives, Grasshopper Soccer strives to be the best part of a child’s week through best-in-class coaching, communication, and curriculum. Serving children ages two through twelve, the program features professional coaches in the community, an exceptional customer experience including ongoing communication and an expert-approved curriculum that aligns with early childhood education standards. The weekly programs, customized for five different age groups, teach children soccer fundamentals and character-building skills. Grasshopper Soccer hosts private sessions through local schools and childcare centers as well as public programs, which are typically hosted through council parks.
“My passion for child development and the love of soccer, was why I wanted to bring Grasshopper Soccer to the Perth North region of Perth, WA. What really motivated me was having a young child of my own who could be part of the programs” added Yuri. “It is a testament to the proven business model and curriculum the Grasshopper Soccer team has worked hard to develop and shows that participation in sports can provide several benefits beyond simply learning the sport itself.”
“Our passion for Creating Life Changing Experiences Through Sport”
“Yuri shares our passion for creating positive experiences through sports with the goal to make a lasting impact on children’s lives,” said Blake Brinklow, Franchisor of Grasshopper Soccer. “He is committed to helping the next generation of children gain the skills they need to be successful in soccer and in forming positive relationships on any field or arena. We are excited they can provide a fun, growth experience for the boys and girls in the Perth, Northern Suburbs, WA, Australia”.
For more information about Grasshopper Soccer in the Perth North region, please visit Kids Soccer Program or email email@example.com
For more information about the Toddler Football Franchise opportunity, please visit Kids Soccer Franchise
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About Grasshopper Soccer
Grasshopper Soccer is an international franchise program that provides children ages two through twelve with a developmentally appropriate soccer and character development experience under the guidance of childhood education specialists, professional soccer players and experienced and licensed soccer coaches. The brand’s curriculum-based program is offered in all states of Australia, as well as New Zealand, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. To find a
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