There’s a Leeds United college dedicated entirely to sport

Are you an aspiring footballer? Then this one’s for you.
Leeds United College.

The Leeds United College announce they currently have spaces available for the upcoming school year, with a number of courses on offer for young students.

The programme has been a resounding success and is unsurprisingly a big hit with aspiring footballers who want to have a career in the industry.

The college aims to provide students with a first class learning experience through practical and theoretical based learning via a team of elite industry teaching staff.

They pride themselves on maintaining a fully inclusive environment which allows all students to reach their full potential, goals and ambitions.

For any young aspiring footballer, this really is a dream come true.

Leeds United Football Club launched an exciting college programme back in September 2019 for students aged 16-18.

The programme allows students to train and play within a professional coaching environment to gain the full football experience, whilst also receiving full-time quality education.

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Leeds United football club.
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Students will undergo four training sessions per week and will continue competing in the National Football Youth League and AOC League, all whilst receiving continued support from industry specialists and experts.

There are currently three courses on offer for prospective students, these are:

  • NCFE Level 2 Diploma in Sport
  • BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma in Sports Coaching and Development
  • Level 3 Diploma in Gym Instructing and Personal Training Course

Pre-season training with the Leeds United College begins in August and will be taking place at the John Charles Centre. This is an extremely exciting opportunity for any young, aspiring footballer to gain first hand experience in the field alongside excellent education at a truly fantastic club.

For information, take a look at the Leeds United College website.

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