The Technical Football Centre is a place where players of all ages, genders and abilities can use a range of advanced training products, built and developed by market leader Elite Skills Arena.
ESA's products feature the latest technology in football and are based around LED lighting and vibration software. This technology gives players an advantage to improve their footballing attributes, as well as providing statistical data.
The Technical Football Centre provides a state of the art football training environment where players can train alone or in small groups using the revolutionary equipment. There are 12 different machines in the centre providing different interactive challenges for players of all ages and abilities.
All staff at the TFC are qualified coaches, with a minimum of an FA Level 2 certificate, who will be there to help and advise you. TFC welcomes all levels of players who want to train, enjoy and improve.
TFC also want to help nurture players and prepare them for a future within football. There are many aspects which lie beneath the surface to becoming a football player and how good you can become.
Milford On Sea FC
"My team came to the centre for a session and they loved it. It is a great place for all footballers, great for exercise and improving your technique and skills. In our next game we played, our accuracy and shooting improved due to the players' time at the Technical Football Centre. I would highly recommend this for any team!"
Martin Leamon, Bournemouth FC
"Ive never seen the boys work so hard and we couldn’t get them out of the centre at the end of the session! The coaches were fantastic and they struck a great balance between encouragement and competition when motivating the team. We have made the decision to come back once a month and we are already seeing results on the pitch!"
"My 11 years old loves it here, great place for a football lover, great for exercise and will definitely improve your football technique & skills. He has been twice already & can’t wait for another visit with his school friends, big thumbs up!"