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The department works with seven specialist football staff who all have a vast amount of playing and coaching experience in high levels of football. This leads to Wilson’s teams consistently competing for honours in National, County and local competitions.

The ‘Wilson’s Way’ Coaching Philosophy

Coaching Mission Statement
To provide quality coaching and development to improve the individual pupil and Wilson’s football.

Coaching Objective
To provide an environment where the pupils can improve, express themselves and enjoy their football whilst always striving for excellence.

What is a Wilson’s Footballer?
A pupil that is honest and trustworthy to give 100% at all times. A person that loves playing the game and wants to continually improve through listening, hard work and dedication. They strive for excellence while always showing great sportsmanship never forgetting the school motto 'not for oneself, but for all'.

We aim to build positive, physically able teams who make good decisions and execute them with success.

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The Coaching Programme

The coaching programme is based on the FA four corner model of:

  • Technical
  • Physiological
  • Social
  • Physical
These corners are used in training sessions, PE lessons and games to develop the whole person. Training varies for different teams with A-D teams training at least twice a week in PE lessons, games lessons, lunchtime or after school. Coaching opportunities are not just available for players who represent the school, our open training sessions for those that want to play the game for fun are very popular.

One of the recent success stories of the Wilson’s Football is former pupil Jack Elliott recently becoming a professional footballer in the MLS. Jack is regularly in the MLS team of the week after facing such players as Wayne Rooney. We have a high number of students that go on to gain football scholarships at some of the best Colleges in America.


Wilson’s has one of the most established fixture schedules playing against many big independent footballing schools such as Hampton, Dulwich, Whitgift, Royal Russell, Wellington College, Harrodian and Brighton College. There are games every Saturday with often over 15 games taking place and all A teams are entered in National, County and Local competitions.

On top of the normal season games football tours are run regularly with opportunities for both younger players and senior players. Recent tours have included trips to Spain, France, Italy and Croatia.


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