We are delighted to confirm the new season commenced today at the FCV Academy after nearly six months closed due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
FCV Stamford, the football team of the FCV International Football Academy, will be kicking off the 2020/21 season on Saturday, September 19th.
The FCV International Football Academy can offer language tuition in English, Spanish or French alongside the football courses we provide.
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.
GCSE results can be a very daunting time with lots of uncertainty, so why not drop in to see us at FCV to look at the range of programmes we offer.
FCV International Football Academy are delighted to announce Ian Cooper will be commencing his role of Head of Education and Residential Operations from September.
FCV Academy student Darian Daghero has spent the last two weeks with professional English club Peterborough United during the club’s pre-season training.
FCV Academy set to continue its partnership with In-Play Sports, offering current players a video analysis platform.
Due to the continued issues and travel restrictions in place concerning Covid-19 we can offer the following two options to all our new students joining us during 2020/21.
Martin Harris, who was Academy Director of the FCV International Football Academy, has left the Academy for a new challenge after thirteen years service to the company.
Full-time professional coaching and matches led by our highly qualified UEFA coaches at the UK’s first International Football Academy.