what STUDENTS And PARENtS say

Australasian Soccer academy has been excellent for my two kids, all the coaches are very qualified and the training sessions are excellent. I have been to 3 different academies and this academy just blows them out of the water.

David M

ASA is one of the best decisions I have made for my son. Tony Basha is a great guy who really cares about the kids. He is not just a coach but a great leader. Love the place.

James M

We travel down the Central Coast to be trained by the best. My son loves it. Awesome coaches and a family atmosphere.

Shaun Daniels

My son joined the academy with no confidence, I needed to find somewhere for him to gain the love for the game again. Tony and he’s team didn’t disappoint. 4 years later and we are still here. My son loves it.

Tracey M

Thank you for helping my son get into the NPL. Proud to be associated with the best academy in Australia

Charlie B

We have been to 6 different academies, I wish I came here first. Caring coaches, Sessions are high intensity and the players are all taught respect and family values which I love. My son’s behaviour has improved since joining the academy. Highly recommended.

Amal A

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New Era - Different Generation of Football Players.

Growing up through to my Professional football days, I was told ‘ A Coach can Make you or Mar You ‘. That leaves you no option than to respect your coach, buy into his ideas and philosophies, put a lot of discipline and work to become a better football player. 
Today’s generation of soccer players are different . They want to play on their terms, they want to play for themselves, they don’t want to do the extra work to take them to the next level and they expect it too quick & too soon !

It Doesn’t work that way, you highly need that nurturing, tutoring, coaching and guidance from your Coach to make it to that level. Show respect and believe even though it’s not working at that moment and be more consistent and willing to fight more. I played amongst top players in my time that have featured in the European champions league and World Cups and we shared one thing in common - RESPECT
It was a strict rule, show up on time for training, show respect to your team mates and more to the technical team, believe in the philosophy of the team and finally play for the team ! 
I still adore my Coaches till date. I am still grateful for the opportunity and time they have put in my career. I still appreciate them and believe that not every coach is the same. I still call them to know how they are doing and Above all I still respect them even though at that time, I felt like I wasn’t buying into their ideas. There is always a positive message to take from a bad result. 
Respect and Appreciate the Coaches !
New Era - Different Generation of Football Players. Growing up through to my Professional football days, I was told ‘ A Coach can Make you or Mar You ‘. That leaves you no option than to respect your coach, buy into his ideas and philosophies, put a lot of discipline and work to become a better football player. Today’s generation of soccer players are different . They want to play on their terms, they want to play for themselves, they don’t want to do the extra work to take them to the next level and they expect it too quick & too soon ! It Doesn’t work that way, you highly need that nurturing, tutoring, coaching and guidance from your Coach to make it to that level. Show respect and believe even though it’s not working at that moment and be more consistent and willing to fight more. I played amongst top players in my time that have featured in the European champions league and World Cups and we shared one thing in common - RESPECT It was a strict rule, show up on time for training, show respect to your team mates and more to the technical team, believe in the philosophy of the team and finally play for the team ! I still adore my Coaches till date. I am still grateful for the opportunity and time they have put in my career. I still appreciate them and believe that not every coach is the same. I still call them to know how they are doing and Above all I still respect them even though at that time, I felt like I wasn’t buying into their ideas. There is always a positive message to take from a bad result. Respect and Appreciate the Coaches !