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Registration for Girls ACC 2019-20 Season Trials Now Open

The Gloucestershire Girls’ ACC is run as part of The England Girls’ Talent Pathway.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE ADVANCED COACHING CENTRE (ACC) TRIALS FOR THE 2019/20 SEASON

 

The Gloucestershire Girls’ ACC is run as part of The England Girls’ Talent Pathway.

 

The ACC is designed to complement grassroots club football by providing selected players with an additional weekly training session.

 

Players must commit to attending weekly sessions on a Monday evening at Gloucestershire FA (3G pitch), and will be afforded the opportunity to work with other ‘elite’ players; and play against other FA Approved Centres including mixed Charter Standard Teams and FA Regional Talent Clubs.

 

Gloucestershire ACC Trial Dates are as follows;

 

U12’s

Open Trials – 1st July or 8th July

Invitation Trials – 15th July

Age criteria applicable:  Players in U12 age group must be over the age of 10 but under the age of 12 at midnight on 31st August 2019 (two year banding of age groups).

 

U14’s

Open Trials – 1st July or 8th July

Invitation Trials – 15th July

Final Trial – 22nd July

Age criteria applicable:  Players in U14 age group must be over the age of 12 but under the age of 14 at midnight on 31st August 2019 (two year banding of age groups).

 

U16’s

Open Trials – 8th July

Final Trial – 22nd July

Age criteria applicable:  Players in U16 age group must be over the age of 14 but under the age of 16 at midnight on 31st August 2019 (two year banding of age groups).

 

Player eligibility: Must live within 90 minute drive of Gloucestershire FA, BS32 4AG

 

All players must be registered by Friday 21st June 2019 to be eligible to attend the trials.

 

To register for the Gloucestershire FA Girls ACC Trials please use the following link

ACC TRIAL REGISTRATION

 

For more information contact Alexis Lunn-Gadd (Centre Manager) on 01454-615888 or email Alexis.Lunn-Gadd@GloucestershireFA.com

 

Note: All information relating to the ACC is subject to being granted an FA Licence