• CAC Partners With Coerver

    Two global leaders in sport- Coerver and Coaches Across Continents- are partnering to bring the world’s best football development app to the poorest communities. The Coerver Players Club app is set to revolutionize the way football is delivered to children. Thanks to Coaches Across Continents network of organisations and the generosity of Coerver together we will make sure that this amazing app is made available to children from all walks of life. 

    Launching in November 2020, the program will pilot in South Africa and Cambodia before spreading across the rest of Asia. The goal of the project is to allow children to continue their football development, have regular access to exercise and improve their mental health whilst the world battles the global COVID-19 pandemic. Together we are creating a global legacy program that will benefit the youth of today. 

    About Coerver

    Inspired by the revolutionary football development philosophy of legendary Dutch coach Wiel Coerver, Coerver® Coaching was founded in 1984 by Alf Galustian and former Chelsea great, Charlie Cooke. Since 1984, Coerver® Coaching has been at the center of the evolution of skilful, modern football, and is now a recognised leader in youth football education worldwide. 

    The Coerver® methodology is currently delivered to players, coaches and clubs in excess of 50 countries across the globe at all levels of the game. Throughout our 36 year history, Coerver® Coaching has worked with some of the world’s leading federations, clubs, coaches and players.

    About Coaches Across Continents

    Coaches Across Continents is an award-winning non-profit that works with education and community development. We design, develop, and implement partnerships with governments, foundations, corporations, and community-based organizations to create legacies based on the United Nations Sustainable Development GoalsIn the last decade Coaches Across Continents have won 29 global awards for our work delivering Purposeful Play in 133 countries which impacts over 16 million people.