Notts County Football Club are delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with Rolls-Royce Leisure that will see local youngsters given a new pathway into professional football.
Full details of the new scheme are due to be announced at a full launch later this month, but the club can reveal that the Notts County Pathway Academy (NCPA) will offer 16-18 year old learners the opportunity to enjoy a first class education.
At least one individual on the scheme will be offered a full professional contract with Notts County at the end of the full educational programme, so this is a fantastic opportunity for youngsters to take their first steps into the world of professional football.
The NCPA will recruit young people from Nottingham and across the East Midlands who wish to pursue a career in Sport and Leisure, physiotherapy, sports nutrition, strength and conditioning, fitness instructor, personal training and sports coaching, plus many more.
North Notts College have been confirmed as the scheme’s educational partner, to ensure that the NCPA offers a continual development programme for 16-18 year olds, with a recognised qualification at the end of the course.
Ultimately, whether you are leaving school over the next few months or part way through another educational program, if you have ever dreamed of being a professional footballer, the Notts County Pathway Academy is without question the place for you to be.
Further details will follow once the official launch of the new initiative has been held, but anyone wishing to enquire about the scheme and how they, or someone they know, can get involved just needs to contact Jamie Brough at Rolls-Royce Leisure at email@example.com.