AFC Bournemouth Female Football Education Programme
Are you a female football player aiming to make the most of your sporting and academic potential? Then the AFC Bournemouth Female Football Education Programme is the ideal choice.
AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust is proud to offer this opportunity for talented young footballers to combine academic studies with a comprehensive football education programme.
The curriculum available can be tailored to match your learning potential, with a range of A Levels and BTEC courses on offer. You can also gain your Maths and English GCSE qualifications if necessary.
Contact David Staddon, Female Football Education Programme Coordinator, to discover more information about the AFC Bournemouth Female Football Education Programme, or to attend a taster session.
More about the Female Football Education Programme
What are the benefits?
Importantly, you will access high quality coaching through a range of sessions available each day. These will include team sessions and one-to-one sessions, as well as recovery and gym-based sessions. Strength and conditioning support will also be available to help you reach your physical potential and rehabilitate from injuries if necessary.
Will I compete?
You will compete against other professional clubs and colleges on Wednesday afternoons in the National Football Youth League and the AOC League.
What about facilities?
At Brockenhurst College we are fortunate to have first class learning facilities for all forms of physical education. These include a fully equipped gym and fitness studio, 25 acres of playing fields, and a floodlit full-size artificial turf pitch for hockey and football. We also have a floodlit five-a-side artificial turf pitch, floodlit all-weather courts for netball and tennis, and brand new purpose-built changing facilities.
What about course options?
You will be able to access the full range of course options, provided you meet the entry requirements. For more information on which courses may suit you, please browse our website and/or request a copy of our Sixth Form prospectus.