Lince Academy offers development and after-school programs for kids aged 3 to 10. These are aimed at players who are looking to improve their skills while having fun at the same time. Training happens usually once a week and sessions are adapted to each level and age, taking into account individual and collective needs.
The Lince Junior program aims to improve the player's motor coordination skills (balance, body/ball ratio, reaction time) and to stimulate their minds by using different game actions (such as ball possession) through the introduction of rondos and positional play. Sessions are designed in a way so that the players can develop individually within the game context.
Lince Hunter will work on their technical ability with focus on developing tactical and game awareness through rondos, positional play, and game situations. All players will be encouraged to explore different team positions, including goalkeeper. Sessions are designed with a strong emphasis on teamwork and communication.
The Lince Prime training continues to focus on the development of technical abilities within game situations. The players are again encouraged to explore all different positions, and sessions are designed to help them build a sense of competitiveness with a strong emphasis on teamwork and leadership.
This is an after-school program designed exclusively for students attending Nobel International School in Almancil. The focus of Lince Kitten is to introduce children to football, always in a pressure-free environment. Training is composed of activities and games that require balance, ball handling, and decision making. Sessions are designed to be fun and engaging.