Free PDP Trials at Venues Across Suffolk
Tuesday, 13th Feb 2018 09:39
The Town Academy Player Development Programme (PDP) is holding free open trials at venues across Suffolk later this month and in early March.
Skyliner Sports Centre, Bury St Edmunds (IP32 7QB), Tuesday 27th February U7/U8/U9, including goalkeepers, 6-7pm, U10/U11/U12, including goalkeepers, 7-8pm.
Portman Road, Ipswich (IP1 2DA), Wednesday 28th February U7/U8/U9, including goalkeepers, 6-7pm, U10/U11/U12, including goalkeepers, 7-8pm.
Portman Road, Ipswich (IP1 2DA), Thursday 1st March U7/U8/U9, including goalkeepers, 6-7pm, U10/U11/U12, including goalkeepers, 7-8pm.
Skyliner Sports Centre, Bury St Edmunds (IP32 7QB), Friday 2nd March U7/U8/U9, including goalkeepers, 6-7pm, U10/U11/U12, including goalkeepers, 7-8pm.
Walsham Le Willows FC (IP31 3AH), Tuesday 6th March, U7/U8/U9 6-7pm, U10/U11/U12, 7-8pm.
Playford Road, Ipswich (IP4 5RQ), Friday 9th March, 6-7.30pm, U13/U14/U15/U16, including goalkeepers.
To register for a trial send an email to email@example.com, as soon as possible as places will go quickly, with the subject ‘Free PDP Trial’ along with the following essential information: Full name, date of birth, school year, position - outfield or goalkeeper, current football team(s), any medical information, email address, parents names, contact number, selected venue and date.
Once registered, arrive 20 minutes before start of the selected trial. All venues are 3G so appropriate footwear should be worn, along with clothing, shin pads and a drink should be brought along. No confirmation will be sent, only registered players will be allowed participate, no walk-ons.
For further details on the PDP, visit their website here.
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