After a successful 2018 Erasmus+ work placement in Belgium, FCV International Football Academy is returning to the western European country to participate in a range of activities.
FCV International Football Academy has secured further student accommodation for players attending our popular full-time courses.
Feez Olaogun and Habeeb Oluwo joined the Academy looking to learn and experience the types of regiments, drills and training delivered.
During our time in Hong Kong, Head of Talent Development, Ben Watts was exposed to some of the finest youth football around and was given an insight to the level of football being both coached and played.
FCV Academy is excited to announce that we will be visiting Hong Kong for the first time to deliver a range of coaching and training sessions early in the New Year.
FCV International Football Academy has received the endorsement of the Nigeria Olympic Committee (NOC) and Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) particularly for its uniqueness of combining football with education, after announcing plans for camps in 2019.
FCV International Football Academy are returning to Nigeria to continue their work with Dynaspro Promotion and will be hosting a special Easter camp in 2019.
When Panashe Madamba joined the FCV International Football Academy in the summer, he set himself a number of targets for the season ahead.
FCV International Football Academy are pleased to announce that we are accepting football assessments for players in India.
Students of FCV International Football Academy will be heading to the home of the reigning Premier League champions, Manchester City, for two days in October.
FCV Academy’s August Development Camp was a huge success according to Head Coach Grant Brown following the awards ceremony that capped 43 students’ stay in Stamford.
Daily training sessions, competitive matches and opportunities to perform in front of former professionals, scouts and agents