Over the coming weeks, Huddersfield Town Foundation’s Women’s Football Academy is holding open training sessions.
Huddersfield Town Foundation has partnered with Calderdale college to deliver the Academy. The Academy will support young women between the ages of 16 and 19 in combining study with sport.
Calderdale College and Huddersfield Town Foundation launched the programme in 2020. Students could pick any course at the college to study alongside training.
Alongside their chosen course, players train twice a week with the Town Foundation’s FA qualified coaches. The coaches will support those at the academy to grow as individual players and to be part of a successful team.
EFL Community and Education Football Alliance League
The training won’t be without a bit of competition. As part of the EFL Community and Education Football Alliance League, Huddersfield Town’s team will play against other teams representing Premier league and ELF clubs. Including teams such as Manchester City, Preston North End, Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday.
The open sessions give prospective students a chance to train alongside current students and staff and gain insight into what the programme could have in store for them.
It will also be an opportunity to ask questions and see the facilities at Calderdale college, where the students will spend most of their time across the two-year programme.
Session dates and times
Tuesday 6 April: 2pm – 4pm
Tuesday 13 April: 4pm – 6pm
You can take part in either or both sessions. To take part, you need to register online via the foundation’s online form.
The sessions will take place at Calderdale College’s Inspire Centre, HX1 3XA.
The site has car parking and is accessible by bus and train. Calderdale College has provided details on how to get there here.
For more information on the programme click here
Alternatively, you are welcome to contact the Town Foundation’s Head of Education and Community Activity, Katie Suttron, at email@example.com or 07947 564 331.