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Story added: 5th June 2019

Open trial date for the Girls' ACC programme revealed

Girls’ are invited to trial for the 2019/20 season of the Norwich City Advanced Coaching Centre (ACC) on Monday 15th July at Thorpe High School in Norwich.

Book online here: U12s | U14s | U16s

The ACC allows talented players to improve their skills through quality coaching run by the Foundation, and licensed by The FA.

Each player will benefit from 29 weeks of coaching at a central venue (Monday nights), combined with competitive fixtures against other regional centres and/or appropriately selected teams.  The opportunity will not conflict with any player’s club football but provides an advanced addition to their development.

The ACC forms part of the Eastern Region Talent Pathway and those with elite potential can access FA National Talent Camps and Women’s U15/17 England squads.

Timings

5.00pm - 6.30pm
U12s (D.O.B between 01/09/07 - 31/08/09)
5.30pm - 7.00pm
U14s - (D.O.B between 01/09/05 - 31/08/07)
6.00pm - 7.30pm
U16s - (D.O.B between 01/09/03 - 31/08/05)

For the trials, players must bring suitable footwear (football boots), shin pads and plenty of drink. The trials will be held on 3G pitches.

Book online here:

U12s | U14s | U16s

For further details, please contact us at [email protected]

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