‘Little Shooters’ Nursery and Reception boys and Girls



4-5 Years Olds

Harrow Games coaches are some of the most enthusiastic, knowledgeable and caring in the business, and are selected because they care about all the children, especially our ‘Little Shooters, aged 4 and 5. They are able to make a connection, build rapport and relate to the very specific needs of this young age group.


Fundamental Skills and Sharing

The Little Shooters sessions introduce children to fundamental ball skills and early match play. Every child is set individual and innovative challenges to ensure they are stretched to achieve their full potential and grow in confidence.

At this age it is very important that children learn to share, take turns and play positively together, building their confidence and ability to make their own decisions.
Every session is meticulously planned and structured in a way which develops children through structured technical drills, disguised learning and having fun.

Benefit of Early Age Learning


The main aim of Little Shooters is to introduce children to football at an early age and to develop their passion and love of the game.

Once children have attended our Little Shooters comprehensive training programme they should be ready to progress to join our after school coaching sessions or even trial for our Harrow United FC Under 6 teams, providing them with the opportunity to play friendly matches against other clubs.

Upcoming Activities


Latest News

Article by Premier League legend and one of English football’s bright young coaching talents, Steven Gerrard
In it, he endorses Harrow United’s coaching ethos, built around clear principles of play, technical and physical development and an understanding of what it takes to be competitive and succeed as a team. Unlike so many alternative ‘skills providers’ our balanced approach develops technique and skill, team play and a competitive mentality NOT ball juggling
FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIVISION 2 ‘WYCOMBE WANDERERS’ have Invited 8 Harrow United players to join their Elite Development Academy. Chris Fraser – Head of Elite Player Development at Wycombe Wanderers is delighted that the players have decided to join, and had this to say: ‘There is something very special about the group of boys who have
QPR Invite HU U8’s Player to Development Centre
Harrow United are delighted to announce that U8 player Kyle Madha has been scouted and invited to attend the development centre at Championship side, Queens Park Rangers. We highlighted Kyle’s progress to the team at QPR following some outstanding performances for our U8’s and his subsequent promotion to our U9A team, where his good form
Brent Trials
Captain of the U12’s Zak…. Today had the honour of being invited to attend Brent’s football trials. The invite came following a strong first season with Harrow United U11’s, in which Zak finished top scorer. An elegant midfielder, with an eye for a long and short pass, Zak has the rare ability to time his
Harrow United U12’s Make Their Mark in Middlesex Cup!!
Harrow United U12s comfortably won their first competitive game of the season today with an impressive performance against a well established club in Wealdstone. From the first minute to the last the boys dominated possession, using our strong principles to create plenty of chances. After snatching at a few, Ricardo showed better composure to slot

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Contact Us


Phone: 07733 366 327
Phone: 020 8200 0098
Email: info@harrowgames.co.uk
Venue Locations: Please see our Contact Page for route details