GOM FOOTBALL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
This Skills Development Program, developed by the Hartmann brothers themselves, is the foundation of GOM Football’s success. It targets youth footballers aged 7 to 11 who are at the optimal age to significantly develop good habits and the right foundation of values for the game.
Over 12 intensive sessions, the program is designed to equip participants with technical skills, greater confidence, and stronger composure. This is achieved by giving participants proper training drills, guidance, and attentive focus. The program maximizes ball-touches with complete and proper facilities, in an encouraging and controlled training environment. All participants will be handled by full-time GOM Football coaches who are well-trained in this system.
PASSING SHORT & LONG
TURNING WITH THE BALL
RUNNING WITH THE BALL
TESTING & FEEDBACK
GOM Football at all levels is known for its player progress and development. The GOM Football Skills Development Program also has testing to help guide players through mastering their technical skills. Feedback will be given at the end of every module.
SESSION TIMES: 75-90 Minutes Depending on the scenarios
CALL TIMES: 30 Minutes before Training Times
GOM Football was established by the brothers Darren, Matthew, and Mark Hartmann in 2009, aimed at developing top-quality international-caliber football players from the Philippines.
GOM Football has numerous alumni now pursuing international and local professional football careers, as well as current active members who are top-performers in various school-based teams both here and abroad. Its competitive teams from the GOM Football Center of Excellence are consistent winners not only in local football competitions, but have also earned championships in prestigious international contests.
GOM Football now offers this Skills Development Program to all players aged 7 to 11 who would like to play better. This is a neutral training ground aimed at helping all participants, regardless of team, club, or school affiliation, upgrade their football skills.