Town Holding Open Academy Trials
Wednesday, 22nd May 2019 14:52
Town are holding open academy trials at the club’s Playford Road training ground next month.
Players are requested to have kit and be ready to play and to bring boots suitable for a grass surface and a 3G pitch. The trials take place on the dates below, ages as per 2018/19 season. To register, click this link.
Saturday 1st June for U9s and U15s between 10am and 3pm
Town have also warned parents to “be aware of rogue online scams claiming that individuals have been granted a trial at the club and asking for payment”.
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