Lesson series

Ultimate Football Mindset

Get access to information tips and mental training that can transform your performances. The course is based on the framework of psychology created by Lee Richardson.  
Football mindset course for age 13+


Access to course materials for 12 months

  • 8 Modules
  • 1 Certificate
  • 50 Questions
  • 15 Video
  • 8 PDF
  • 40 Audio

Develop your mind game

Get the same information used by professionals and internationals in football and other sports.

Revisit as often as you like so that the understanding becomes second nature. 

Apply your knowledge

Fun engaging course that will help you to learn how to put the ideas presented to you into action and to use them to improve your performances.

Play your best game more frequently.

Our students love us

Very clear specific points to help footballers/sportspeople of all ages. 
Gary Caldwell
Ex-pro, Manager, Coach
Simple and easy to follow. Interactive which keeps the you engaged in the process. With learning outcomes at the end with the games.
enoch showumni
it is easy to understand the message in which you are being told and is explained thoroughly. the use of scenarios is also really helpful.
Callum 14
Meet the 4 PILLARS MODEL Creator

Lee Richardson

Using Lee’s experiential and academic knowledge of psychology and sport combined with brother Nick’s expertise in education and technology and they began creating psychological and technological solutions to improve the performance, well-being and mental health of their clients.

The 4 PIllars model will help you better understand yourself, your performances and give you the tools you need to develop the mindset for more better more consistent performances. 
Lee Richardson - 4 PIllars creator

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