One of the main questions parents constantly ask themselves is how can you help your child navigate this world?
BabyBallers take pride in knowing that children who attend their sessions gain a myriad of essential skills, whilst enjoying the fun of playing football. Social skills, movement skills and listening skills are just a few of the developments your child can achieve at BabyBallers.
Chris Elms, founder of BabyBallers started the business in 2015. He sent his son to classes at BabyBallers and noticed that after time his son gained social skills and enhanced cognition. Chris writes that,
“I knew the benefits of Fletcher attending these classes, he was interacting with other children, learning about colours and body parts, and much more. At his age, these are key skills for him to learn. I was persistent with the class and started to notice the difference in Fletcher. His confidence, movement, and listening skills had improved and soon found that Fletcher was paying attention a lot more to the session and getting more involved than he was before.”
According to Health Government Australia, 3 million partake in sport each year. Along with the health benefit of sports, it also has economic benefits, being an important part of the economy, generating an estimated $32 billion in annual sales. BabyBallers is a part of this growing industry. They are on the search for franchise partners who share the value of BabyBallers and what the brand stands for.
BabyBallers firmly believes in allowing children to be children, and in letting children play. The brand has found that by allowing children to attend their sessions to play, they increase their mood and promote better overall mental health. Classes encourage creativity and curiosity whilst preparing children for school.
Chris speaks on his son, Fletcher's development since starting at BabyBallers,
“Fletcher is a happy and confident young boy who is very sociable and has made many friends from BabyBallers to school and beyond. Now playing for the Under 9’s at Southend United, I believe that BabyBallers had a big part to play in his early years that has made him the skilled young boy he is now. Without Fletcher, BabyBallers wouldn’t be where it is today and as a father, I couldn’t be prouder.’ – Chris Elms.
Founded in the UK in 2015, BabyBallers currently has over 70 clubs in the UK and a sturdy existence in Belgium, France and Northern Ireland. With DC Strategy, BabyBallers has now launched into Australia, signing their first Australian franchise partners in Victoria. The brand plans to open at least 200 more in Australia and New Zealand over the next five years. Find out how you can be part of this rapidly growing brand today.