Fleetwood Town Community Sports College held a successful 5-a-side tournament for year 10s and 11s in the local area on Wednesday.
The round-robin style tournament, which was held at Poolfoot Farm, saw six teams and over 50 high school students head down to Fleetwood Town’s training complex to take part and have a day of fun, and potential prizes.
The tournament took place between 1pm and 4pm, and showcased a lot of footballing talent. The winners on the day were ‘Egg Fried Reus’, with runners-up ‘Lads on Toure’ following close behind.
Overall, it was a good day for everyone involved and hopefully showed the local community what can be done at the Community Sports College.
About the Sports College
The Community Sports College will be based at Fleetwood Town’s elite training complex, Poolfoot Farm in Thornton, and will deliver a BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Sport.
Over the past four years, over 60 students have been on the course, with the new Community Sports College building on the success of previous years, whilst providing a pathway of education delivered by the Community Trust.
The Community Trust are looking to provide a pathway; offering traineeships in employability, Level 2 and 3 BTEC awards in Sport to school leavers, followed by foundation degree’s in relevant sporting areas such as sports business and sports coaching.
For more information about the Sports College, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.