Are you aged 16-19? Are you looking for your next step, and interested in being able to play football and gain a sport qualification?
You may be interested to know that Birmingham Metropolitan College's Kidderminster Harriers Football Academy has been holding its male football trials for school leavers.
The successful Kidderminster Harriers Football Academy is in its sixth year and has produced successful players ready to start professional careers, with nine students having been offered professional contracts with Kidderminster Harriers first team, winning a steady stream of accolades in local, regional and national football competitions. Current Harriers defender, Tyrone Williams is an Academy graduate; as is Birmingham City's Luke Maxwell who was signed from Harriers in 2016.
We have also had a number of students who have progressed onto university and now have careers in the football industry.
By joining the Harriers Academy, you could follow the same path as Dan Sweeney, Tyrone Williams and Luke Maxwell – the midfielder sold from Harriers to Birmingham City in 2016. And that’s just to name a few!
The date you need to remember is THURSDAY, 13TH APRIL 2017.If you’re interested, you must book your place by registering online HERE before Wednesday, 5th April.
You can also contact the Academy Manager by emailing email@example.com.
Meet time on the day is 11am at the Kidderminster Harriers ground, Aggborough
PLEASE NOTE: To be able to join the Harriers Academy you must also be enrolled as a student with BMET.
For more information or to apply for a course at BMET, follow these instructions:
Head over to the 16-19 Courses search page on the BMET website [Click HERE]
From the Subjects drop-down menu, select Sport & Outdoor Recreation
From the Location drop-down menu, select Centre of Sporting Excellence
The relevant courses are entitled: Football Academy First Extended Certificate Level 2, Football Academy Diploma Level 3, Sport Leadership & Active Leisure Diploma Level 1, and Sport Coaching Development & Fitness Diploma Level 3.
WATCH: Current and past Academy players and staff, and Harriers manager John Eustace discuss the Harriers Academy: