U11 Boys 5-a-side Finals
|Date||Monday 4 May 2020|
|Venue||St George’s Park|
|Entries Open||Area Qualification|
|Organiser||ISA Sport – email@example.com|
|Accommodation||Special group rate at Hilton – Click here|
Entry for this event requires Area Qualification
The top four from each regional tournament qualify for the national finals.
- U11 Boys Football Information – 2019 to be used provisionally for 2020
- 5-a-side Football rules
- Football risk assessment form
- Safe and Secure Brochure
- SGP Visitor Guide Brochure
- St Georges Park Hospitality
- St. George’s Park User Guide
U11/U13 Girls Qualifying rounds for the ISFA National Cup
For the third time, the Independent Schools Football Association (ISFA), Independent Schools Association (ISA) and The FA are working together to organise the U11 & U13 Girls National Cup for independent schools. An opportunity to qualify and play at the FA’s National Football Centre, St Georges Park, 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 Tuesday 25 June 2019 (U11) and Wednesday 26 June 2019 (U13).
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). The tournament is completely free of charge to enter. Regardless of geographical location, schools can enter either ISA qualifier but not both.
U11 & U13 North Qualifier
|Tuesday 5 May 2020||Queen Ethelburga’s, York||12:30pm-3pm||Monday 3 February 2020|
U11 South Qualifier
|Wednesday 6 May 2020||Saint Nicholas School, Old Harlow||10am-3pm||Monday 3 February 2020|
U13 South Qualifier
|Tuesday 5 May 2020||Lingfield College||12:30pm-3pm||Monday 3 February 2020|
|U11 North||U11 South|
|1st||Hale prep||Coopersale Hall|
|2nd||Malvern St James||ACS Cobham|
|3rd||Queen Ethelburga’s B||South Bank International School|
|4th||Queen Ethelburga’s A||The Gower|
|U13 North||U13 South|
|1st||Queen Ethelburga’s||St James Senior Girls|
|2nd||Red House||LVS Ascot|
|3rd||Holly Girt||Shoreham College|
U11/U13/U15 Girls Football Festival
|Date||Tue 6 Oct 2019|
|Venue||LVS Ascot School|
|Entries Open||Monday 11 May 2020|
|Entries Close||Tuesday 24 September 2019 (or when spaces are full)|
|How to Enter and event info||Click here|
|Organiser||LVS Ascot School|
*Before entering this event, please ensure that you can definitely attend by checking with all departments and your Headteacher. Late withdrawals have a detrimental impact on the quality of the event and therefore the experience of the children so we very much appreciate your support in ensuring this does not happen.
This festival is part of The FA’s strategy to double girls participation in football. The event will include tournament matches, fun coaching masterclasses from elite clubs and the opportunity to meet professional footballers. We really hope you decide to support this event and give your pupils this excellent opportunity. All abilities are welcome and encouraged to enter.
U14/U16 Boys Football
|Date||Tuesday 28 January 2020|
|Venue||University of Nottingham|
|Format||6 aside (Max squad size is 9)|
|Entries Open||Monday 14 October 2019|
|Entries Close||Friday 17 January 2020 (or when spaces are full)|
How to enter
U14 – Click here
U16 – Click here
|Organiser||ISA Sport – firstname.lastname@example.org|
Before entering, please make sure that you are definitely able to attend. Late withdrawals have a detrimental effect on the quality of the event and therefore the experiences of each child.
U16/U18 Boys Football Representative Trials
North trials (Queen Ethelburga’s) – Tuesday 8 October 2019
South trials (ACS Egham) – Tuesday 15 October 2019
Finals (Xcel Sports Hub) – Wed 18 Dec 2019
Trials for ISA representative sides
1 player per zone (Defender, midfield, attack)
Soccer Assist (email@example.com)
ISA Sport (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|North Trials Booking Link||Click here|
|South Trials Booking Link||Click here|
Soccer Assist has teamed up with the ISA to identify South and North region representative teams that will play in the December ISA finals in front of attending American Universities and College coaches.
The regional trials will encourage schools to invite their best player per zone position (Defence, Midfield, Forward) in both U16 & U18 categories. During the regional trials, the players will have a chance to find out more information about the USA scholarship pathway through a group presentation, followed by a series of technical practices and a match.
The selected 16 per age group will then be invited to represent either the South or North region in the finals which will take place at the Xcel stadium in front of attending USA coaches to decide which region will be crowned champions!
Who are Soccer Assist?
A college recruitment company that helps connect sports students to American colleges by accessing scholarships. The company ethos is built on supporting each student-athlete throughout their entire college experience to ensure their time in America matches the expectations. For more information on how to get recruited for college go to www.soccer-assist.co.uk or email email@example.com
Order of the day
- USA College presentation and registrations – 12:00
- Training session – 12:30 – 13:30
- Match – 13:00-14:00
- Debrief – 14:15
When will the successful trialist be contacted?
Each player will receive an email within 7 days after the trials detailing if they have been successfully chosen for the ISA representative squads. Each successful player will then be provided further instructions about the regional final game in December.
What should the players bring?
- Training kit
- Drinks and snacks
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