ESM offers 4 key services: afterschool group training sessions, individual private lessons, camps and international travel. Each pillar of ESM serves to build the youth player to reach their fullest football potential.  


Afterschool group training sessions

Our afterschool training programme runs September thru June and is led by professional UEFA qualified coaches. Sessions are designed to develop the player from the foundation up; starting with eye-ball coordination, ball mastery, coordination, balance, speed, technical and tactical awareness. Sessions focus on game play, 1v1 drills and physical player development. Each registered player attends two 90-minute training sessions per week. Full kit and water bottle provided to each registered player.

Private/Semi-Private Lessons 

Private lessons allow players to focus on development in specific areas; including strength and conditioning, ball mastery, tactical awareness, confidence and sports psychology. Coaches work with players to identify key target areas most likely to improve their in game performance. Video analysis is available to players receiving private coaching.

Camps

ESM hosts a range of camps during school break periods. Camps are a great way for kids to stay physically active during school breaks. Lunch and snacks are always provided and fun and friendship are the primary focus at ESM football camps. ESM also partners with professional overseas clubs to host elite camps which provide local players with access to high levels of intense professional training. Camp costs vary.

UK and European Tours

International travel provides players with critical exposure to unique football development opportunities. Travel gives players the ability to gain independence, self-confidence and an invaluable experience of football outside of their comfort zones. Adjusting to unfamiliar opponents and playing environments is fundamental to the holistic model of player development and something difficult to teach in the context of Cayman football. In the past ESM tours have allowed players to train and play at professional and semi-professional clubs in England, Holland and Jamaica.