Kick It. Fives is a flowing format of five-a-side football which is the fastest growing sport in Australia. With five players on the pitch and three to five substitutes depending on location, the format allows for new to the game and current players to improve game situation skills in a fast paced, social environment.
Kick It. Fives are played on a smaller, modified pitch with reduced game time to allow high-possession football for all participants involved. Each Kick It. Fives location has the option to include goal keepers or not, removing goal keepers make for a fun, high scoring fixture to reap the great fitness rewards of social sport.
Kick It. Sevens is a social seven-a-side format of football. Played on a smaller, modified pitch, it allows new to the game and current players to improve skills in a game situation that allows all players to get more touches
on the ball.
With no offside, it gives players the best opportunity to beat the goalkeeper and make the fixture a high scoring affair. Allowing seven players on the pitch and up to five reserves, a large focus is on fast paced game play.
Kick It. Skills is a skills-based program designed primarily for school students to Kick It. straight after school.
Whilst the program is designed to run immediately after school for parental and guardian convenience, each program and location is flexible to suit needs of the participant.
Kick It. Skills programs run for 45 minutes focusing on fast paced fun, improving with every session and getting the most out of each session. Participants are encouraged to try new skills and tricks in an environment that failure does not exist, only learning.
Kick It. Skills is perfect for both new to the game and current players allowing them to learn new skills and improve fundamental football skills.
Kick It. Walking as the name suggests is about movement and walking. It is a small-sided, low-impact, modified version of the game, suitable for all levels of ability and fitness, from people who have previously played the traditional format to those who’ve never played before.
It is low-impact, team-based exercise, utilizing the defined ‘Walking Football Rules and Formats’ specifically non-contact. The program focuses on passing rather than speed/running.
Kick It. Walking has a great emphasis on the social benefits of sport and encourages all to participate in the alternative format of the game. With lots of laughs and fun, Kick It. Walking is a great activity for you and your friends to participate in.
Street Football is beginning to take the world by storm. The idea of un-organized play is to allow the players to adapt to the ever changing situations that the game may throw at them, in an environment where they aren’t afraid to make mistakes and they are prepared to be wrong. “We don’t make mistakes, we just find ways that don’t work”.
A great way to develop your skills without the added pressure of errors made. Kick It. Street is casual matches with emphasis on skill and fun.
Kick It. Beach is a small sided competition played on a sand surface. The Kick It. Beach program is popular in the summer months allowing players to improve health and fitness, participate in a social setting and have a swim to cool off on the warmer days.
Kick It. Beach is a unique form of the game allowing for attacking play and more touches on the ball. Team work is key in having fun and making the most of the West Australian Summer.
The Kick It. Corporate Challenge allows Perth businesses to have a fun afternoon out with their staff, playing social 5-a-side football in a catered event at Langley Park. No matter the skill level, Kick It. Corporate is a great networking and team building competition aimed at any company that wants to have a fun afternoon out with their colleagues.
With many business joining from around Perth, see if you can beat your competition on the pitch and the boardroom.
After the success of 2020, Kick It. aims to have several corporate challenges across the football calendar.
The Kick It. World Cup is a 11v11 tournament where players nominate a Country to represent in a World Cup style competition. Players wear national shirts and anthems are played in group stage and elimination games to decide the Kick It. World Cup winner.
Afghanistan were crowned Champions against Italy and won 2-1 in our 2020 edition brought on by the shortened official season.
The Kick It. World cup takes place two weeks following the traditional Western Australian football season allowing all players to be able to participate.