FCV International Football Academy is holding trials for local players aged 15-18 years old interested in combining full-time football with studies in BTEC Sport.
FCV are delighted to report, Austen Cribbin-Blencowe, has returned to football and is enjoying success back home in Australia after recovering from a serious injury back in January 2020.
The partnership between FCV International Football Academy and UK football Trials continues to provide the Academy’s players with chances to play in front of scouts.
The festival of football held at the Borderville Sports Complex saw St Neots, St Ives, New College Stamford, and FCV Academy go head to head in a series of 30-minute games.
Peterborough United played host to FCV Academy’s annual awards ceremony and showcase match.
Pitsford School has become the new academic partner to deliver the BTEC Sports Studies for the Academy's International students.
FCV International Football Academy will be running its annual Summer Camp from Sunday 25th July 2021 to Friday 6th August 2021 and this year can also offer a quarantine option from 18th July to 24th July for those who will require it.
Three FCV players attended a series of assessments, tests and trial matches at University of Northampton recently in the presence of several scouts from pro clubs.
Northampton Town International Football Academy (NTFC IFA) opened its doors at the end of March with a successful two-week taster course.
FCV caught up with former Australian student Darian Daghero who left FCV in December 2020 to sign for a pro club in Poland.
Ten FCV players will be attending a trials day on Friday, April 16th giving them an opportunity to play in front of scouts from the Premier League, EFL and National League.
Full-time professional coaching and matches led by UEFA licenced coaches at state of the art £5.5 million sports complex.