As an academy, we offer a unique package of football tutelage and education. To answer any of your initial queries efficiently, we have put together a comprehensive list of our most frequently asked questions below. If you would like more information please for the link to our contact page.
We cater our coaching sessions for a variety of age groups ranging from Juniors as young as 8 through to Seniors up to the age of 19.
We put great emphasis on a good attitude to learn, to develop and to get the best out of yourself. As long as you have a genuine interest in football, paired with a good work ethic, you can apply for a place.
This is often common practice to maximise the football exposure a child has. We have several students who are also signed with Cat 1 Academies and attend Moorland for education.
Students can expect to experience a measured amount of footballing hours per week with our coaches. This is delivered alongside a tailored curriculum via our main school.
Students who attend the Academy will usually be signed to CAT 1 Academies, before moving into professional careers. Any student who chooses to take up a non-playing career is guided through several sports and coaching options.
We welcome applications all year round and our course delivery can be adapted to ensure any later additions can be fully brought up to speed in a timely manner.
Simply put the answer is, no. We only have the criteria that any student joining must have a good attitude to learning and being the best they can be. The vast majority of students complete a free taster week to ensure they are a suitable fit for the Academy.
Our Academy caters for a balanced mixed of UK and International students, often with students attending the Academy, representing their countries at a international level.
Dependant on student growth a full kit for the year usual starts at around £150 excluding boots. Usually our students can comfortably get two years out of a single training kit.
Boarding allows students to spend extra time engaged with the game, as well as allowing the students to form strong bonds where they understand each other and get used to the day to day familiarity of a football career. Being a close group allows them to push each other to achieve the most they can out of everyday.