COURSE: Summer 2013

TYPE: Intensive: psychomotor initiation to football

AGES: Born in 2008 and 2009

SITE: Barcelona (Spain)

PLACES: There will be 15 places for every year of birth in every shift

SCHEDULE: From 09:00 am to 18:30 pm

SHIFTS and PRICES (There is NO option of residence for this course):
24-29 June 2013 (1 week): 350€
1-12 July 2013 (2 weeks): 560€
15-26 July 2013 (2 weeks): 560€

Technical objectives of learning

PLAN MARCET, with FORJA method, is the only one in Spain that has developed an Educational Program of Integrated Early Stimulation, channelled to the improvement of football technique.

Why waiting until he is old? It is scientifically proved that the period between 0 and 7 is decisive to develop appropriately human potential. This way, when he starts specifically in this sport (from the age of 6) he will be perfectly able and ready to do so at a high level. Our working and investigation line is prevention: give the child the best and as soon as possible.

Revolution in the learning process: The importance of brain stimulation during the first years of childhood is essential in the later process of learning. That is to say, the more and better stimulation the child’s brain receives in his training period, the quicker and more complete will his neurological organization be, and consequently, the higher his skills for sport.

Huge learning ability: Their learning ability is so big that, even though we stimulate it from birth, we only manage to develop an extremely low part of the possibilities of our brain

Specialized teachers: This program isrun by genuine specialists. For sure, if we want children to start in sport it is necessary to begin seriously at these ages. The team consists of pedagogues, neurologists and psychologists, as well as sports technicians.

Objectives of the program:
Achieving a correct neurological organization and by doing so, avoiding possible deficiencies in the motor system. Supporting the whole development in global movement: crawling, creeping, walking in crossing pattern, steps and rhythmic jumps, somersaults, rolling, brachiating and swimming.
Maximising the child’s brain development, because it is essential in the first seven years of life and to avoid possible deficiencies in the physical, intellectual and behavioural learning.
Offering the child an atmosphere full of stimuli which allows him to structure his motor system in a way that it takes him to the top of his possibilities, focused (in this Forja Program) in the individual football techniques.
Offering an integrated approach of The Forja Program, based in the four following frames: neurological, psychological, pedagogical and anthropological.
Learning by imitating the main technical football actions.

Model timetable

09:00am – TRAINING (Session 1)

10:30am – Snack

11:00am – TRAINING (Session 2)


01:30pm – Swimming pool

02:30pm – Lunch


04:00pm – TRAINING (Session 3)


06:00pm – Shower and snack

Organization details

FIRST DAY. You have to arrive at 08.20 a.m. for the introduction of the technical team, and the formation of the initial groups. We will carry out a series of tests that allow us to evaluate the exact level of the student and place him in the most appropriate group within the course. The teacher makes the most of this test to detect the points that must be reinforced during the course.

UNIFORM AND CLOTHES. We will give you the official uniform kit (shirt, shorts, socks and recreational shirt). We recommend you to bring multi stud boots or comfortable sport trainers (the pitches are all last-generation artificial turf). We advise you not to wear new boots during the course (the new ones can cause chafing if you wear them for a long time as you do in an intensive course). There are controlled activities in the swimming pool, so the students must wear swimming trunks, flip-flops and a towel.

LAST DAY. On the last day of the course, a diploma is awarded to the students as well as the personalized technical assessments for each student. It is the ideal moment for the parents to speak to the teachers about the students’ progresses.