“SPORTS CAN PROVIDE EXCELLENT EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT BECAUSE MANY OF THE SOCIAL AND MORAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PARTICIPATION IN SPORTS ARE PARALLELS TO HOW INDIVIDUALS MUST FUNCTION IN A LAW-ABIDING SOCIETY.”
The Kenkre Champions League is a league which has all the elements of the beautiful game; fun, competition, skill, teamwork, humility, mentoring and bonding with your child.
It is child-first and child focused. Every decision, every rule and every program has “what’s good for the child”. The child-first approach also makes it one of the finest player development programs. Everybody likes to win, but developing successful players and people is what’s fundamental to the KCL.
The league has age appropriate small-sided games. Small-sided games for children allow more touches on the ball and a more successful football learning environment.
With children’s natural joy in running and kicking, football builds on these two skills and ads in techniques to control the ball and work as a team. It also encourages creative decision making and strategic thinking. And it’s a fast game that keeps each player moving the entire time.
- Competition is the best way to accelerate learning
- Teaches one how to deal with “pressure”
- Tournament competitors develop respect, admiration, and friendship with others who share their interest in the sport
- Great confidence may be developed as competitors overcome their fears and improve their skills. Given enough time, almost all
participants will eventually experience success in competition
- People who participate in form competition develop poise and overcome their fear of performing in front of others
- Team building