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Where is St Helens rugby league based?

St Helens, United KingdomSt Helens R.F.C. / Location

Grace has yet to play in Super League this year having missed the early rounds after bicep surgery – only to pick up a hamstring injury in his comeback game in the Challenge Cup at Whitehaven.

32 years (April 10, 1990)Alex Walmsley / Age

Roby's career is one in which the statistics speak for themselves, with his 18-year run for St Helens presenting a list of individual and team accolades that any rugby league player would be envious of.

Who scored the first try at Langtree Park?

Playing in bright green, the City Reds took a 4-0 lead with a well-worked left-wing move in the ninth minute that gave Jodie Broughton the honour of scoring the first Super League try on the ground.

Registered Office: St. Helens R.F.C. Ltd, The Totally Wicked Stadium, McManus Drive, St Helens, WA9 3AL .

Challenge Cup Winners: 1996 , 1997, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2021.

Hours are flexible but generally over the weekend.

How do you get into Chelsea football Academy?

How to get scouted by a Chelsea FC Academy scout

The Fulham F.C. Academy is a football academy in London . The Academy, headed by director Hew Jennings, runs along the lines of many of the English football academies as deemed appropriate by the national governing body, and recently awarded Category 2 status in the new EPPP guidelines set out by the FA.

Fulham's academy has earned a reputation as one of the best in England and Ryan Sessegnon, a 16-year-old defender, is likely to be in the side who play Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Cup at Craven Cottage on Sunday.

Exeter are one of two Devon clubs who compete in the Football League, the other being Plymouth Argyle , Exeter's local rivals. Exeter City was founded in 1901 and began playing their games at St James Park, where they remain to this day. They joined Division One of the Southern League in 1904.

What is an academy football player?

A football academy is a training scheme in which professional football clubs scout young football players and help them progress and develop into footballers . Being a part of an academy does not guarantee becoming a football player though, far from it.

Football Academy Governance The EPPP works across three phases: Foundation (Under-9 to Under-11), Youth Development (U12 to U16) and Professional Development (U17 to U23) .

Category One status is extremely hard to achieve and takes real commitment from the club. Any football academies that have this status is a show of the quality of the coaching, equipment, facilities and strategic development that you can expect to find .

Developments centres are something that was set up in order to help the development of young footballer's . Nowadays a lot of professional football clubs in the higher tiers are starting to set development centres up to work as a sort of feeder (of players) to the club.

How do you get into football clubs?

We have come up with the 4 ultimate ways to join a football club academy.

To receive an official offer, you have to play when club representatives from England visit your locality . Today, Manchester United, Liverpool as well as other top clubs send representatives to scout for young players like you out there. If you get picked, do not hesitate to accept the terms you offer.

For all the boys joining a pro academy at 9 years old, 0.5% will make even a career out of football. Thats the players already in a pro academy. Now if you take the 1.5 million youth players currently playing in England, only 180 will develop and play in the Premier League.

There are a number of variables to look at when searching for a football academy which is why I have compiled a list of football academies in England – and I mean the top ones.

What category is Stoke City academy?

Stoke City can now look forward to nurturing home-grown talent and attract the best young players to the Potteries after being granted Category One status under the FA's new Elite Player Performance Plan.

Barnfield Training CentreBurnley F.C. / Training ground

Any women and girls nationally can download the AiSCOUT mobile phone app and enter the Burnley FC Women's virtual trials . The most talented candidates analysed by the AiSCOUT platform, will then be invited to a location-based trial with the Burnley FC Women's first team.

Category One status is extremely hard to achieve and takes real commitment from the club. Any football academies that have this status is a show of the quality of the coaching, equipment, facilities and strategic development that you can expect to find .

What category is Burnley football Academy?

And Academy Manager Jon Pepper said the decision reflects the Clarets' move to Category 1 status for their academy setup last summer and the need to raise the quality of playing recruits to compete at U18 Premier League level and potentially progress to the senior ranks.Feb 26, 2021

Burnley were one of three Category Two clubs given provisional Category One status in 2020, along with Crystal Palace and Leeds, with a three-year licence usually applied, but the Covid-19 pandemic meant a provisional two-year licence was issued.