About InZane

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InZane Football was set up by former Socceroo, Clayton Zane to provide an additional path for junior footballers to develop as both players and individuals. The company aims to promote football through their junior, elite, holiday and school programs.  The early stage program links into both the school and elite programs and will cater for all age groups up to Year 12. The programs will inspire pupils to be active, improve skill levels whilst helping individuals to develop their general fitness.

Clayton Zane has studied junior programs in football in the private education system in the UK, elite level programs in European club sides, as well as grassroot football programs. Having launched a Sunday football school, Clayton felt a similar program was missing in the Hunter and hopes his company can provide the extra tuition to help kids of all ages and abilities.

The aim of the company is the introduce, inspire and provide expertise coaching depending on each child’s requirements.

InZane Football offers the following programs;

Junior Programs (3yr-5yr)
Aimed at 3-5 year olds, the Junior Roo program introduces young players to football. Sessions aim to help children develop skills, build confidence and learn invaluable social skills from an early age.
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Elite Programs (5yr-16yr)
Our Elite football program is aimed at all junior footballers who aspire to one day play for the Newcastle Jets and beyond.
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School Programs
Our school programs aim to help pupils improve fitness, develop co-ordination and gain an understanding of fundamental football skills.
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Holiday Camps (5yr-14yr)
InZane Football delivers holiday football camps for children between the ages of 5-16 years of age. The camps are designed to encourage children to be active over their school holiday break and improve their overall skill set and confidence. All of our camps encourage both boys and girls of all abilities to partake in football based activities over a five day period.
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