Beaconsfield Football Club has launched a scheme to develop and nurture young footballers aged between 12 to 16.

Lead by first-team manager Gary Meakin, he will be supported by a team of UEFA and FA qualified coaches, sports scientists and medical specialists.

Parents are invited to email the club for more information and once the suspension of football activity due to the coronavirus pandemic has been lifted.

The club will then provide more details on trials where parents will also be invited to attend a presentation at Holloways Park, the club’s stadium.

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Vice-chairman of the club Peter Bromage-Smith, said: “The club’s strategy is to provide young players with a structured pathway from U13, through the age groups to U18, U23 and finally into the First Team.

“Additionally, at age 16, boys and girls can apply to our academy for a full-time BTEC education program.

“The most talented will be supported to attend professional trials which reflect their ability, attitude, and progress.”

Director of coaching Gary Meakin added: "We will launch Boys U15 and U16 teams in the forthcoming season, with trials beginning this July, and we will introduce Girls and the remaining Boys age groups in season 2012/22.

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“Each player will be assigned a personal development plan which will include nutrition guidance.

“This is a great opportunity for young, talented footballers to play at a professionally run club with top-class facilities and mix with players at all levels.”