Luton launch Girls Academy
Luton Town have launched a Girls Academy for the 2006-7 season. This will give girls from throughout the area the opportunity to receive expert tuition from Luton Town Football in the Community Coaches, without affecting their ability to play for their t
Luton Town have launched a Girls' Academy for the 2006-7 season.
This will give girls from throughout the area the opportunity to receive expert tuition from Luton Town Football in the Community Coaches, without affecting their ability to play for their teams.
They will also be able to represent Luton Town Academy against other pro club's Centre of Excellences in matches during school holidays.
Trials for the Academy will occur throughout Beds in July and are open for girls in school Years Three to 10 (under-eight to under-15).
Sandye Place Middle School in Sandy is one such venue on Monday, July 10.
All players must pre-register by calling 01582 391927.
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All coaches are qualified to UEFA B Licence standard and have undergone an enhanced CRB check.