Brentford FC Community Sports Trust are running trials for their boys post-16 education and football programme next month. The trials allow the Trust to select players to be part of the group that earn educational qualifications while playing games and representing Brentford. Players can study for A Levels or a BTEC while training and playing games in competitive leagues.
The trial day will take place next Tuesday, 6 April, at Gunnersbury Park. It will run from 12noon until 2pm as potential players are put through their paces. See more below or here.
On the 6th of April join us for our Boys Post 16 trial day 🤩⚽️— Brentford FC CST (@BrentfordFCCST) March 23, 2021
Gain A levels or a BTEC qualification ✅📝
Play in the EFL’s prestigious community education alliance football league ✅⚽️
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What does the course involve?
The post-16 football education programme combines studying for A-Levels or a BTEC Level 3 sports diploma while enhancing football skills with experienced coaches. Students will take part in a rigorous training programme at Gunnersbury Park’s state-of-the-art sports facilities and compete in the prestigious Community Education Football Alliance League with the EFL.
What other benefits does the programme offer?
- Coaching and mentoring by experienced and highly qualified coaches.
- First-hand advice and support from Brentford players on how to progress your career.
- The opportunity to compete in national leagues such as the NYFL and CEFA.