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Soccer Elite FA Girls Academy is on the lookout for new players to build their squads for some exciting fixtures and tours.
Since being founded the girls have had huge success, with a large number of players being signed by professional centres of excellence including Chelsea FC, Charlton Athletic FC and Gillingham FC.
The training and games are designed to help nurture and fulfil the footballing ambitions of young players. It is aimed at giving every player the opportunity to develop their technical ability, confidence and fitness. Sessions concentrate on developing various aspects such as passing, shooting, dribbling as well as physical fitness.
Sessions are co-ordinated by Danni Farmer who is currently the captain of Gillingham Ladies FC. She has previously played for Charlton Athletic and Fulham and has represented England Under-21s. With her wealth of experience and contacts in the game, committed players will have the opportunity to play friendly matches against professional opposition where they can show off what they have learnt in the Soccer Elite FA sessions.
"We hope that in giving the girls this opportunity, they will be able to grasp an understanding of the standards that need to be reached in order to progress further in the sport," said Danni. "It is hoped that a number of the girls will progress in being signed for a professional club. We aim to build the academy into a successful girls setup by having teams from Under-8s through to Under-18s. SEFA has had ten players sign for Academy clubs in the last three years.
"Women's football is the fastest growing, and most participated female sport in the country and our academy can only improve the development of the game and help young girls get a head start into what is looking a fantastic future for the sport."
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone the office at (01622) 661358 or mobile (07824) 831266. Alternatively you can visit the website at www.soccerelitefa.com/home.lhtml.
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