Capelli Sport has become the official kit supplier until at least 2025, and food and drinks company Asya has agreed to be the main shirt sponsor.
Due to the ongoing pandemic the Northampton Town International Football Academy will now commence in March when quarantine rules will be less restrictive.
Due to the second national lockdown that commenced across England on Thursday 5th November, the Northampton Town International Football Academy has decided to postpone its opening from January until March.
Northampton Town and FCV International Football Academy, based in Stamford, have formed a partnership to create opportunities for aspiring footballers between 18 and 23, who currently live outside of the United Kingdom.
Oxford Guardians have agreed to continue to offer their services to FCV Academy’s international students for the 2020/21 season.
FCV Academy set to continue its partnership with In-Play Sports, offering current players a video analysis platform.
Academy Head of Youth Development Ben Watts returns from a successful guest coach trip to French Guiana alongside our partner Carrib’Lang.
Former Arsenal and England player Rachel Yankey OBE will attend FCV Academy’s first Girl’s Development Camp.
FCV Academy has agreed a partnership with the LMA which will involve current or former Premier League managers and coaches attending the academy to run training sessions with our players.
FCV Academy Coach Ben Watts returns from Lithuania, where he spent two days working with second division side BFA Vilnius.
FCV Academy’s partnership with Sportslink will enable players to be assessed in Tanzania before joining the academy.
Full-time professional coaching and matches led by our highly qualified UEFA coaches at the UK’s first International Football Academy.