A team representing Brentford FC Commiunity Sports Trust took part in a special exhibition match earlier this month. The Trust runs male and female teams as part of a post-16 programme. Players can study for A Levels or a BTEC while training and playing games in competitive leagues and they had a special game at the start of October.
The Trust's boys team played a game against a side representing the Royal Air Force. The Under-23 side playing for RAF came out on top. See some pictures and more on the game here and below.
On Wednesday some of our Post 1️⃣6️⃣ boys took part in an exhibition match against @RAFFootball U2️⃣3️⃣'s ⚽🤝— Brentford FC CST (@BrentfordFCCST) October 8, 2021
A great experience for our boys who got a taste of the men's game and congratulations to the visitors on the win 👏
Full highlights ➡️ https://t.co/rBoBFMHi19 📸 pic.twitter.com/QaTGZhbizv
The Trust works with West Thames College and a number of partner schools to offer a football education programme for talented young footballers aged 16-18. Girls and boys can take part and trials are held each summer for the new intake. More on the programme can be seen here.