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Farsley Football Academy

Allerton Grange School are pleased to launch a brand new partnership with Farsley Celtic FC. The club are launching a new set-up for their Academy, giving young players between the ages of 16 and 19 an opportunity to train and play as semi-professional footballers, whilst studying as members of Allerton Grange Sixth Form.

The full-time football programme will see players complete a Level 2 or Level 3 qualification in sport, delivered by teachers from Allerton Grange School at Throstle Nest, bringing together all the resources required to help them achieve their full potential, both academically and in football, within one professional environment.

As part of the Academy, players will have the opportunity to compete in the national Under 19s Alliance League; this is regarded as one of the best youth competitions outside of the professional game and is regularly attended weekly by professional scouts. In addition, the team will be entered into the prestigious FA Youth Cup.



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For further information, please contact Becky Finch on beckyfinch@allertongrange.com or call 0113 3931278.


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