Stevenage looking to enrol youth players

13:49 05 August 2010

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Trials to be held on Shephalbury Academy on August 20

STEVENAGE FC is looking to enrol new players in its Youth Development Programme for the 2010-11 season.

Players accepted onto the scheme will train on a Friday evening and talented players will be given the opportunity to train with the Centre of Excellence squads and a games programme will be put in place for the school holidays.

The club is holding trials on Friday, August 20 at the Shephalbury Academy at the following times:

Under-8s, 9s, 10s, 11s from 5-6pm; under-12s, 13s, 14s 6-7pm; under-15s, 16s, 18s 7-8pm; goalkeepers under-8s to under-12s 5-6pm; goalkeepers under-13s to under-16s 6-7pm.

The cost for the trial is £5 and you can download an application form from www.sbfa.co.uk

Closing date for the trials will be Wednesday, August 18.

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