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Age 9-16: Harriers launch Junior Premier League trials

Posted: Wed 05 Apr 2017
Author: @khfcofficial

Young Harriers players take in a first-team session

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Kidderminster Harriers are kicking off the latest stage of their dedicated investment into youth development in the local area by hosting a range of trial dates for their new Junior Premier League teams.

Hundreds of budding young footballers are set to represent Harriers for the 2017-18 season across a broad range of ages, with teams starting at Under 9s and running all the way up to U16s.

Interest is expected to be sky-high for trial dates (which can be found below), and Chairman, Colin Gordon, was excited to be ushering in the latest era of community engagement at the club.

“Young people are the lifeblood and future of this football club so this next step is both very exciting but also critically important to us.

“We’re looking for youngsters to come and represent Kidderminster Harriers while they learn, develop and express themselves.

“We’re all proud to be doing the work we’re doing in the local community and want all of our young players to be proud to be wearing the Kidderminster Harriers badge.”

Any trialist who is interested in getting involved at their relevant age group must have a trial place pre-booked. Places can be booked only by contacting Football Development Officer, Adam Crowle at or by telephone to 01562 823 931. Places must be booked by April 25th

The trials will be held at the Centre of Sporting Excellence in Kidderminster (Zortech Avenue, DY11 7DY) on the following dates:

Under 9s, 10s, 11s and 12s
2nd May; 9th May; 16th May.

Under 13s, 14s, 15s and 16s
3rd May; 10th May and 17th May

Registrations are from 5:30pm on the night – for any more questions or details on respective age groups please just contact Adam using the details above.

Adam went on to add: “This is something new for us as a club but we are proud to have some excellent facilities and some of the best coaching staff in the country.

“We have a proven pathway for young talent to make progress all the way through to the first team here as well as making great strides in education.

“We want to have a thriving presence across our community and look forward to meeting all of our prospective new players in May.”