Sports

Ekota believes in the power of sport and works to help individuals to get healthy, connect with others, as well as helping to develop the next generation of sporting stars. Our expert coaches will help everyone find their true potential .

Football
Ekota FC has been running Saturday clubs from 2014 in Goodmayes Park. We provide an opportunity for children to improve their skills and be a part of a competitive football team.Children from ages 5-16 of all abilities are welcome to join our weekly training sessions. The club is registered with the FA and the sessions are being facilitated by FA qualified coaches.
Cricket
Ekota aims to teach future cricketers new skills and to give them the very best first experience in the world of cricket. A chance to play, learn great skills and meet new friends! Ekota cricket programmes are designed for players wanting to get that competitive edge over their opponents. It is a high intense and structured program ensuring all facets of batting, bowling, and fielding are covered and that all players gain some more knowledge about becoming a cricket maestro.
Martial Arts
Ekota FC has been running Saturday clubs from 2014 in Goodmayes Park. We provide an opportunity for children to improve their skills and be a part of a competitive football team.Children from ages 5-16 of all abilities are welcome to join our weekly training sessions. The club is registered with the FA and the sessions are being facilitated by FA qualified coaches.
Badminton
Ekota aims to teach future cricketers new skills and to give them the very best first experience in the world of cricket. A chance to play, learn great skills and meet new friends! Ekota cricket programmes are designed for players wanting to get that competitive edge over their opponents. It is a high intense and structured program ensuring all facets of batting, bowling, and fielding are covered and that all players gain some more knowledge about becoming a cricket maestro.
Walking Cricket
Ekota Academy is now offering free sessions on Walking Cricket in Goodmayes Park! Walking Cricket is a slower version of the traditional game played at walking pace with adapted rules and has been specially designed for people that love the game of cricket but can no longer play the traditional version due to: Age Medical conditions Inactivity Disabilities Recovery/ rehabilitation from medical operations Social isolation and loneliness Inability to play the traditional game for any other reason.
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Football

Ekota FC has been running Saturday clubs from 2014 in Goodmayes Park. We provide an opportunity for children to improve their skills and be a part of a competitive football team.Children from ages 5-16 of all abilities are welcome to join our weekly training sessions. The club is registered with the FA and the sessions are being facilitated by FA qualified coaches. Sessions are taught in small groups based on age and ability. During the session, participants will undertake drills, improve their fitness and play matches. The aim is to help improve footballing, fitness and social skills. We aim to provide a friendly environment, which motivates participants but also gives them a framework to grow and develop. The club has developed strong networks with other football teams and organisations to provide additional opportunities for our club members. All those involved in the organisation including parents and players are expected to follow the code of conduct and failure to do adhere to the terms will not be accepted.

Cricket

Ekota aims to teach future cricketers new skills and to give them the very best first experience in the world of cricket. A chance to play, learn great skills and meet new friends! Ekota cricket programmes are designed for players wanting to get that competitive edge over their opponents. It is a high intense and structured program ensuring all facets of batting, bowling, and fielding are covered and that all players gain some more knowledge about becoming a cricket maestro. Ekota offers a range of coaching courses for children of 5-16 years on a weekly basis. Along with special programmes which runduring school holidays. Ekota in collaboration and association with the Essex Cricket Board (ECB) with our exhaustive cricket curriculum aims to develop every aspect of the game, build on existing talent, and create future cricketing stars. Our students receive extensive coaching and training sessions to develop every aspect of the game – starting from increasing fitness levels through strength and conditioning training to perfecting skills and expertise. Coaches will focus on the strengths and weaknesses of the individual; whether it be batting, bowling, wicket keeping or fielding, and offer the unique opportunity to work on individual areas of improvement in a comfortable environment. Our year-round training program includes indoor and outdoor facilities for all.

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This is a chance to be a part of a social movement working with an experienced and passionate team. Become a volunteer today and gain new skills, meet new people, support and give back to your local community. Our opportunities can also help those individuals seeking paid employment to build up their confidence and skills. You must be 16 years and above with no criminal convictions. All volunteers will be required to complete a DBS check. You will receive a range of relevant training and support to deliver your role.

Volunteer Recruitment

All our volunteers will have to go through a process of recruitment and checks will be undertaken. If you are interested in volunteering with the club please complete the Ekota volunteer application and email it to contact@ekotaacademy.com.