Throughout the course, students will be exposed to a variety of different educational visits and experiences to enhance their learning.
Experiences to date have included:
Wembley Stadium A behind-the-scenes tour of the UK’s largest and most prestigious sports stadium, including locations such as the England dressing room, Players’ Tunnel, Press Room and much, much more. The tour includes access to Wembley’s historical treasures such as the 1966 World Cup crossbar, the Jules Rimet Trophy commemorating England’s World Cup glory and the original ball from London’s 1948 Olympic Games.
St George’s Park: Students will have the opportunity to visit the official England training camp, St. George’s Park. The tour gives students the unique chance to go behind-the-scenes at The FA’s National Football Centre, home to all 24 England teams as they train ahead of international fixtures.
National Football Museum: The National Football Museum, in Manchester, is the world’s biggest and best football museum. A shrine to the beautiful game, students will get to see some of the most iconic pieces of football history, all stunningly displayed across six floors.
Inside Carrow Road: There are many areas of the stadium that are off limits to supporters. To gain a real insight into the workings of a professional football club, you’ll be able to access areas such as the changing rooms, trophy cabinet, press room, and even the police cells(!) on a regular basis.
Norwich City Away Fixture: Students will have the opportunity to take their support of Norwich City on the road, and attend an away fixture. They’ll sample the atmosphere and facilities of another stadium, and experience the roller coaster ride of following the Canaries away from Carrow Road.