Youngsters on course for project success
YOUNGSTERS from in and around Royston could have the chance to sample the life of a full-time footballer with Histon FC s Community Project. In partnership with leading colleges of FE, the club is offering youngsters between 16-19 a one-year full-time co
YOUNGSTERS from in and around Royston could have the chance to sample the life of a full-time footballer with Histon FC's Community Project.
In partnership with leading colleges of FE, the club is offering youngsters between 16-19 a one-year full-time course that will allow successful applicants to train and play for the under-19 squad as well as gaining nationally recognised sport and leisure qualifications.
These include an industry-recognised NVQ, an FA Level 1 certificate in football coaching, and awards in exercise and fitness.
While on the course, youngsters will also get the chance to take their FA Level 2 certificate, FA Disabled Coaching course, and the FA Level 1 Futsal Course.
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A spokesman for the club said: "While on the course they will train as full-time footballers every day, which will be delivered by a fully UEFA-qualified coach.
"They will also have the chance to progress into the senior teams, while showcasing their talents for the under-19s on a Wednesday afternoon."
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For more information, or to secure a place, contact John Beck on 07866 706539 or firstname.lastname@example.org