EVOLVE YOUR GAME
Steadman Scott has run Afewee, a grassroots football club in Brixton, south London, for over a decade. His training style is unorthodox but it produces results: the kids respect him and their parents trust the process. Not every child will be good enough to make it to the top, but it is about more than football. He offers the local kids an opportunity to improve their lives through discipline, passion, hard work and confidence.
Afewee has given careers to over 40 notable players including England and Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne, Millwall and England women’s striker Rinsola Babajide, and England Under-17 and Manchester United winger Joshua Bohu. But the road to the top is tough, and even for those that sign for a big club, a secure future is not guaranteed.
This documentary short by Ray McFarlane and Patrick Steel is an access-all-areas look at the football club, Steadman’s philosophy, and the impact of the training regime on the kids and their families.
WE ARE THE PROCESS