Cruyff Foundation coaches
The Heroes of the Cruyff Courts project is led by Cruyff Foundation Coaches. These are local professionals who are then able to independently run the Heroes of the Cruyff Courts project with young people from their community.
We provide the training to become a Cruyff Foundation Coach. During the training they learn how to set up a team with a group of young people, how to take on a coaching role, and how to keep young people connected to a Cruyff Court for the long term.
In most cases, a Cruyff Foundation Coach is someone within an organisation that is active in the community or from a sport association.
Become a Cruyff Foundation Coach
If you want to become a Cruyff Foundation Coach, you need to take the Cruyff Foundation Coach training course. This course is perfect for community sports organisers who want to become involved in their local Cruyff Court or in a Special Cruyff Court at an institution. During this training you will learn:
- To take a group of young people aged between 14 and 21 and to turn them into a team
- To take on a coaching role and help these young people to develop
- To start the Heroes of the Cruyff Court project in a period of approximately two months (six to eight meetings)
- To create a long-lasting bond between the young people and their neighbourhood and/or Cruyff Court.
If you complete the course successfully and in a positive manner, you will receive a certificate. From that moment onwards, you can start a Heroes of the Cruyff Courts project on the Cruyff Court in your community.