If you were able to be mentored by an English FA Qualified Coach, how far would you take your game?

Frequently Asked Questions

We hope that we can answer your most pressing questions, but if your question is not listed here, please don’t hesitate to email Sean at sean@iqfootballsa.co.za or call him on +27 (0) 79 607 6101

How do I sign up?
  1. Complete the contact form.
  2. We’ll be in touch with training times and membership options.
  3. Sign the registration form to start training.

To begin this process, navigate to the register page.

What is the Annual Membership fee?

Annual Membership is compulsory, and is an annual once-off fee charged separately from your training fees. 

The following options are available:

Bronze
R400 Once-Off Payment
Kit

Silver
R490 Once-Off Payment (Valued at R520)
Kit + Size-4 Football

Gold
R850 Once-Off Payment (Valued at R900).
Kit + IQ. Ball (ball on a string)

Why should I send my children to IQ Football?

Children are being raised in a fast-paced world that demands their full capacity but their environment is not conducive to their growth. Screen-time is debilitating their concentration, fine-motor skills and social abilities.

IQ Football uses brain-centred training to equip the children of today to be able to thrive as adults in their complex future. We’re not about eliminating activities, we’re about teaching children how to thrive in and among those activities.

Brain-centred training drills enhances their technical and motor skills, builds strong mindsets and develops their intelligence. 

How many times a week do we train?

Some of our players train once per week, some train twice per week. The choice is yours. If your schedule permits it, training twice per week will help accelerate your child’s growth.

What is brain-centred training?

Brain-centred training is a form of learning that is based on the latest scientific research on how the brain learns. It was once believed that intelligence was a fixed characteristic that barely changes throughout one’s life. This has now been refuted. There is a physical change in the brain when it learns, which is now known as neuroplasticity. Learning in an effective way improves brain-functioning, resilience and intelligence.

Football is a complex sport which presents multiple opportunities to develop cognitively. 

The concept behind IQ Football is to develop intelligent players by utilising the latest academic research in: Neuroscience, Brain-Centred Football Training, Player-Centred Training and Coaching and Mentoring. The aforementioned methods help speed up and improve the mental processes of a player, including: concentration, spatial awareness, and speed of thought.

Brain-centred training has a hugely beneficial effect on the player in terms of football development. Their technique and skills improve quicker as a consequence of working on challenging mental drills. In addition, the positive effect on mental capacities are not necessarily sport specific – attributes such as belief and resilience are also improved.

Enrollment and Payment
  1. All group training is charged monthly regardless of attendance.
  2. Fees are charged monthly in advance, and are due by the 7th of the month.
  3. Termination of membership shall be subject to one month’s written notice and payment thereof.
What are IQ. Tools?

We’re always looking at ways to help ‘develop intelligent players’ – on and off the field, so we created ‘tools’ to assist in your child’s cognitive development.

  1. Ball – R500: The IQ. Ball has been shown to improve: attention and concentration, technique, perception, coordination and timing.
  2. IQ. Branded Size 4 Football – R120: Enabling your child to play at home gives them more opportunity to increase their ball mastery skills and confidence.

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The Next Step

To get things started, simply fill out the form, and we’ll be in touch with the training options available.

We only offer a free trial session to those signing up for our Academy Training.
Available for All Levels

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IQ Football SA | Developing Intelligent Players

33 Abercorn Avenue
Criaghall Park
Johannesburg

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