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Woking FC Academy

The Woking FC Academy has been operating in its current format for over 10 years with the aim of helping talented young footballers, aged 16-19, make progress into the club's first team set up or in their sporting careers whilst continuing with their academic studies.

For the 2017/18 season the Academy will operate out of Woking College and Guildford County School offering subjects which range from 'A' Levels to Sports Coaching courses whilst in addition they are also able to offer a limited number of places to boys who wish to be educated elsewhere. The scheme includes 6 hours of coaching per week by fully-qualified UEFA 'A' and 'B' licensed coaches alongside the choice of academic studies.

The Academy will be running four teams in the following Leagues this season: U18 Sportwik Youth League; U19 National Youth League; U19 SCL Development League and U23s Suburban Premier League.

This season, manager Anthony Limbrick has given squad numbers to 3 current academy players; Sam Mason, Ivan Nsimbi and Lazar Stojsavljevic as well as academy graduates Charlie Carter & Declan Appau.

In addition, there are many former academy players currently plying their trade in both Football League and National League such as Joe McNerney (Crawley Town), Ollie Palmer (Lincoln City), Chris Hussey (Swindon Town), Ross Worner (Sutton United) & Delano Sam-Yorke (Maidstone United).

Players will also have the chance to represent the academy in the prestigious FA Youth Cup with the club reaching both the 1st and 2nd rounds in recent years, a great achievement for a non-league club as well as showcase fixtures against Football League and Premier League academies.

There are a range of opportunities to sponsor the Academy - please contact the Commercial Team on 01483 772470 for more details.

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