Students at Warrington Collegiate are seeing red thanks to an exciting new partnership between the Collegiate and Liverpool Foundation College that will give 16-19 year old’s exclusive access to the latest coaching and training methods.
Students at Warrington Collegiate are seeing red
Warrington Collegiate is the only College in Cheshire to collaborate with the Liverpool FC Foundation College.
Students will undergo training sessions with highly qualified and experienced Liverpool FC Foundation College coaches.
The students football team will be supported not only by the coaching team but with sport scientists, helping them to live, prepare and compete like young professional footballers at levels appropriate to their ability.
The Liverpool FC Foundation College has seen numerous successes, with students progressing into professional football, into coaching jobs and UK and USA Universities. The College A-Team have recently been crowned as U19 Youth Development League and Cup double winners.
Matt Bold, Curriculum Leader for Sport at Warrington Collegiate, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have formed a partnership with one of the greatest football clubs in the world.
“We have an extremely talented team of young footballers at the College who recently won the Cheshire Cup and we’re really excited to be able to offer them this unique opportunity to go even further in their footballing careers. We are also keen to offer pathways for our students to become coaches with LFC.”
Warrington Collegiate will be formally launching the partnership at the College’s Open Evening & Skills Show on Monday 6th June, 5-7pm, when representatives from Liverpool FC Foundation college will talk to students about the range of footballing opportunities available.
Andrea Cooper Head of LFC Foundation said, “We are delighted for our highly successful LFC Foundation College to run in Warrington. The combination of football and education can inspire students to achieve great things in life. We hope this is the start of a great relationship.”