WHU TRIALS UNDER
WHU Football Club Trials.
There are 9 Ways you can apply to get Trials for
WHU Football Club at this age.
All Football Clubs playing at this level not only
have a first team, but they have a
Reserve Team and number of Academy Teams,
also known as Development teams.
All these teams offer player Trials...
They will have an Academy structure in place
normally run by an Academy Manager/Director who
works closely with the First Team Manager and
First Team Coaches.
Clubs like this will have Academy Teams also
known as Youth football teams.
The Academy will oversee players from all ages,
younger players will attend Soccer Schools
working with Club trained Football Coaches who
follow This Clubs strict playing style.
Players then progress as they get older and are
then signed to the Club from 9 years old.
They will then compete against other similar
Academies, and each year new Footballers are
needed to fill team places that become available
in the Academy teams.
As Players reach 13, the rules change slightly, and
players who live further away from this training ground
can be signed to this Club. When players reach 16
and over Players, are then signed on Contacts,
either following a trial or by getting scouted.
Get Signed by This Club
As we said earlier there are 9 ways to get trials or
signed by this Football Club.
1 We are widely known as the source for obtaining the
very latest football trial dates and opportunities for
this Club and variety of Clubs.
To get latest Football Trial dates we advise
you choose this option and complete our
Step 2. Football Clubs like this, have a large scouting
network that operate in the local area normally
around 1 to 1 and a half hours of the Clubs training
So for step 2 please ensure you are playing for the
very best Teams in your age group. By this I mean
League Division 1 and regularly competing in Cup
Finals as this is where this Clubs Scout, Scout Players.
3. Scouts from this Club will watch County matches,
County teams are Players who are the best players
from that particular County. So if your of School age,
speak with the Head of Football at Your School.
4. Clubs at this Level have a foundation department,
also known as Community Team they offer All
players of most ages the chance, to engage in
Football, and from this they select the better players
to go for trials at the Clubs Academy of Excellence.
Clubs hold Soccer School Holiday Schools, attend
these also as the coaches are also scouting new
players through this avenue as well.
Also Remember David Beckham was Scouted
at the Manchester United Soccer School.
5. From the age of 16 Clubs also run a 2 year
Education program which has direct links to
the Club and prospective players are also sourced
through this method. Any one can apply for these.
If you sign up to us we will update you on this.
6. Some Clubs say they do not hold open trials,
well in fact ALL clubs hold trials, NO Player is ever
signed without a trial, as the trial takes place in a
variety of formats that suits the Club and the Player,
which I have listed here.
7. Some Clubs publish open Trial days of which
we are made aware of and publish them on this
site. If no open date is available then we recommend
you sign up to us and receive the information when it
is released to us. >> Sign Up For Trials
8 Older players are normally scouted whilst playing
for Local teams who are again playing in the highest
league possible, so more advice is to ensure you are
playing at your highest possible level.
9. Like nearly all players You feel you will never
get scouted or seen, then this step is the most
important to you. ALL clubs allow you to Openly
apply for a trial yourself.
Please Now send your Personal football history
along with your personal details direct to the Club
along with a selection of your current team
fixtures for the next 6 months. Then based on your
information a scout will come to watch you play.
WHU Trials Apply Here Now
Tony Carr MBE
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