Little Kickers on a run with Chiswick franchise

Children’s sports chain has witnessed rapid uptake across West London with addition of brother and sister team

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  • Natasha Mc Gowan

Little Kickers & Little Rugby’s Chiswick branch – part of the children’s sports franchise Little Kickers' network – has experienced steady growth in customers boosted by its new owners; brother and sister duo Adil and Anna Siddiqui.

The new franchisees run 15 classes throughout the Chiswick area, each tailored to a different age group ranging in age from 18 months to seven years-old.

Classes focus on teaching children football and rugby in an educational, fun and healthy environment and the company also provides special sessions for nurseries and birthday parties.

Launched in 2002 to address the lack of quality sports coaching for kids, Little Kickers claims to be the global market leader in football coaching and all of its coaches are DBS checked and qualified by the Football Association.

The franchise, whose Hitchin & Bedford franchisee has been nominated for a British Franchise Association (bfa) award this year, is currently looking for new franchisees from any background to join its network and promises a low failure rate, ongoing support, and advertising and marketing assistance. Successful franchisees must complete an initial three day training course.

For more information about Little Kickers, click here.

Natasha Mc Gowan

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