FCV Stamford played their first match this year, following the national Covid restrictions, with a very impressive performance against a Northampton Town Academy team.
Three FCV Academy players have been selected to participate in the Capelli Sport Cup 2021 being held in Køge, Denmark this summer.
Following the UK’s Governments announcement for the resumption of grassroots football from 29th March, FCV International Football Academy is holding trials for local players aged 16-18 years old interested in combining full-time football with studies in BTEC Sport.
There are many routes students can take once they have completed a course with FCV, here are the recent updates from FCV Alumni.
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.
FCV Academy graduate Max Peverell made his competitive first team debut in a 2-0 win for Stamford AFC on Saturday, as they faced Kidsgrove Athletic in the FA Trophy.
Due to the ongoing pandemic the Northampton Town International Football Academy will now commence in March when quarantine rules will be less restrictive.
EU students can join FCV for a full-time course in January 2021 and still qualify for student finance as the course has started during the 2020-21 academic year.
With the recent news of vaccinations in the UK having commenced and quarantine rules to be reduced FCV Academy is seeing an increasing demand for courses during 2021.
Players now have the opportunity to spend 20 weeks in the UK with 12 weeks at the FCV International Football Academy followed by 8 weeks at the Northampton Town International Football Academy.
Life at the Academy continues, even through the UK’s current national lockdown restrictions. Here is a look at events the students have taken part in both on and off the pitch.
Full-time professional coaching and matches led by UEFA licenced coaches at state of the art £5.5 million sports complex.