Soccer Steps can support your club with player development.
We can also deliver workshops at your club on a range of topics such as:

  • Coaching syllabus-our group of specialist coaches can design a bespoke coaching syllabus and provide coaching demonstrations to help your coaches deliver the syllabus within your club
  • Stand-alone technical or tactical coaching demonstrations
  •  Goalkeeping workshops for your coaches
  • Coaching philosophy
  • Psychology for football
  • Football fitness
  • Nutrition for football (these can be adapted for players or parents)
    football development planning (club development plan)
  •  The Football Parent (how to support your child)

If you would like Soccer Steps to arrange one of these activities in your club in N.Ireland or the Rep of Ireland then get in contact.

Former Crystal Palace FC manager Alan Pardew(pictured) at an event organised by Jim Lowther in Co. Mayo


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“Jim Lowther worked for over 4 seasons at Crystal Palace FC Academy as a player development advisor. He provided sport psychology services to the youth team and provided excellent support to players, coaches and parents in our Academy regarding player development. Local players and clubs will benefit enormously from his range of knowledge and expertise.”

Dave Muir, former Head of Coaching, Crystal Palace FC Academy

“I liaise with Jim on a regular basis regarding club development issues. He has extensive experience of various areas related to football development planning. Jim provides key insights that I have taken on board and it is great to be able to rely on his professional expertise. Enthusiastic and knowledgeable”

Syd Harman, Clonee United
Alfie Wylie

“Jim delivers excellent presentations to both coaches and players regarding psychology in football. Great insights for both player and coach development based on his broad range of experiences. ”

Alfie Wylie, IFA's Head of Women’s Elite Performance