The England U15 Schoolgirls head off to their preparatory training camp at SGP, courtesy of international programme partners, inspiresport
The England U15 Schoolgirls will enjoy four days of training, activities and matches for their international preparatory training camp, courtesy of ESFA partners, inspiresport. The girls will head to St George’s Park to be greeted by the ESFA Management Team, staff and inspiresport representatives, to ensure they have a training camp experience to remember.
The four day long camp will be focused on preparing them for their upcoming friendly fixture against ISFA on Sunday 13th March followed by the Bob Docherty tournament in April.
Ian Baker, Regional Sales Manager at inspiresport said, “When putting this trip together for the ESFA U15 Girls team, I wanted to concentrate on giving them a taste of what life as a professional footballer could be like. And what better place to do that, than at the home of all England teams, St George’s Park. As you’d expect, the facilities on offer are absolutely world-class…from the moment the girls step off the coach, they enter an environment specifically designed around player development and fulfilment. And with a fixture against Aston Villa U15s later in the week, it’s the perfect setting for working hard on the pitch and enjoying some down time off it.”
Mark Hignett, ESFA Chairman said, “We are delighted to see the England U15 Schoolgirls head to St George’s Park for their preparatory training, courtesy of inspiresport, this week. Inspiresport never fail to create a fantastic environment for our international squads to be truly immersed in an all-round footballing experience. It is a fantastic way for them to get to know each other and have time to truly bond as a team before heading off to their upcoming friendly and competitive international fixtures throughout March, April and May.
I am looking forward to the opportunity to presenting the girls with their England shirts, courtesy of our official kit suppliers, Pro:Direct and seeing them progress as a squad, under the watchful eyes of our experienced and professional Team Managers”
The girls will receive their England shirts and kit during the camp, and will travel to Bodymoor Heath for a friendly fixture against Aston Villa.
Be sure to follow the ESFA’s social media accounts for updates on the girls’ progress throughout the week.
The National Governing Body for Schools’ Football in England.