Girls at Independent Prep Schools are being offered the opportunity to play at the FA’s National Football Centre, St Georges Park, with the launch of the U11 Girls Independent Schools National Cup.
For the first time the Independent Schools Football Association (ISFA), Independent Schools Association (ISA) and The FA are working together to organise an U11 Girls National Cup for independent schools. The Cup will consist of regional qualifiers with the best teams competing at a National Finals Day taking place at The FA’s National Football Centre, St Georges Park, on Monday 26th June 2017.
Regional qualifiers will be organised by ISFA and ISA and will take place at the start of the summer term with the top two teams from each qualifier being invited to take part in the prestigious finals day being hosted at the home of English football, the National Football Centre at St George Park. The cup is a 7v7 tournament and played under full mini soccer rules (a full list of rules will be sent to all schools upon entering).
Both ISA regional qualifiers can be seen below with details of how to enter. Schools are now being invited to enter this competition and support the first ever U11 Girls Independent Schools National Cup.
The tournament is completely free of charge to enter. Regardless of geographical location, schools can enter either ISA qualifier but not both.
|Date||Venue||How to Enter|
|ISA U11 South Qualifier||Wednesday 24th May||Saint Nicholas School, Old Harlow||Enter online click here|
|ISA U11 North Qualifier||Thursday 18th May||Carrington Training Centre, Manchester||Enter online click here|