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Newcastle United Women's Football Club, Newcastle Football Development Scheme and Tyne Metropolitan College have teamed up to take girls' and women's football in the region up to the next level.
Tyne Metropolitan College recently launched its fantastic new North East Sports Academy (NESA), which is designed to offer you the perfect environment in which to develop your sporting and academic skills.
Rob Atkin, Football Development Officer and NUWFC Head Coach, said: "This is a very exciting time for young players in our region and offers another exit route for our FA Centre of Excellence players. Tyne Metropolitan College have worked really hard to put a programme of Sports Academies in place that will cater for local players looking to progress their Academic studies and achieve highly in their football careers, both as a player and a future FA coach.
"I am very privileged to be delivering the women`s football practical coaching programme on behalf of the Newcastle football development scheme and look forward to producing the next generation of elite players and top level female coaches."
The practical football coaching sessions for all students are timetabled to take place every afternoon which will ensure consistency in the long term player development programme.
In September 2008 you can become a NESA student in Women's Football by visiting www.northeastsportsacademy.co.uk.
As a NESA student, you can study any of Tyne Metropolitan College's fantastic courses, and receive up to ten hours of high level coaching in your chosen sport, all within your college timetable. In addition to this great coaching you will also receive a sport specific strength and conditioning programme from the strength and conditioning coach, free gym membership, free physiotherapy and free NESA sports clothing pack.
The partnerships with Team Northumbria, Newcastle United WFC, North Tyneside Council, Newcastle Football Development Scheme, local amateur clubs and Sporting Governing Bodies offers NESA students a real opportunity for progression, both in their academic studies and in their sport.
The women's football academy will be holding a series of practical football induction/taster sessions at Northumbria University's Coach Lane campus throughout April and May, for more information on the forthcoming programme please contact Rob Atkin via e-mail at email@example.com or Warick Stephenson on (07737) 862713 or e-mail Warick.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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