We have a strong Kick Academy model which provides churches with all the tools and resources to deliver high quality football and dance coaching linked to a theme, which enables them to share a sports’ ministry slot from the bible before the children end with matches/performances. For example, the theme that day may have been ‘focus’ – so they focus on their passing, heading and shooting. Then in the sports’ ministry slot the young people are taught about an inspirational story about the theme from the bible – where Peter focused his eyes on Jesus and got out of the boat to meet Him in faith. This is a seamless switch and one which engages the young people through the tool of sport and dance. Display Kick Academy Video within this section. The ethos of Kick London means that each and every Kick Academy is available to all young people, irrespective of ability or background. It is about the taking part and fulfilling personal potential.
Find your local Kick Academy
Thinking of setting up your own Kick Academy?
Partnering with Kick London to establish a new Kick Academy in your local area is an exciting step and one that a number of churches and church partnerships have already done successfully.
Kick London would love to explore how a Kick Academy would work best in your local area. We provide resources, training programmes and expertise to help you get started and support you along the way. For more information please contact us.
We run regular training for Kick Academies throughout the year in March, June and November.
Over 450 people gather to play, support, and frequently brave the inclement British summertime weather! Despite this it is a great day of competition and fun, played in the spirit of Kick London. We also present the Kick London Annual Awards at the tournament. These awards recognise the hard work and achievements of the young people and volunteers in our academies. Teams can be entered in 4 age groups:
Next year’s tournament will take place at Oasis School in Croydon on with the date to be confirmed.