CP Centre Of Excellence

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Nottinghamshire FA is proud to host and deliver the FA East Midlands Cerebral Palsy Centre of Excellence on behalf of the region.

The centre aims to identify players with Cerebral Palsy or Brain Acquired Injuries who are deemed to possess higher levels of ability and place them in a technical programme designed to produce football excellence and personal development.

The CP Centre of Excellence currently operates 2 age bandings: U16's (12-16 year olds) and Adults (16+)

Training takes place every Saturday Morning at Central College, Charnwood Football Centre, Farnborough Road, Clifton, Notts, NG11 8LU. (Unless stated otherwise below)

Time 9:30- 11:30am

The session is open to any one in the East Midlands or surrounding areas, who has Cerebral Palsy or Brain Injuries and has football experience.

The Squads receive high quality coaching from expert coaching staff, who are supported by a high quality Sports Science team, to get the best out of our players and developed them into the next England International.

The Centre is currently looking for new players at the U16 age group. So if you are aged 12-16 and would like to be a part of the excellence programme please get in touch.

For more information please contact the office on 0115 9837406

FA East Midlands Cerebral Palsy Centre of Excellence - Nottinghamshire
Nottinghamshire FA 
T: 0115 9837406

FA Blind Centres of Excellence have been developed utilising and building upon the existing Area/Regional Blind Teams. The aim of these Centres is to nurture, develop and provide regular, high quality and specialised training programmes for blind players. There is an U16 and Adult Programme in each Centre supported.

FA East Midlands Partially Sighted Centre of Excellence – Derbyshire
Sam Turner 
Derby County in the Community
E: sam.turner@dcfc.co.uk 
T: 01332 667575

Existing Regional Cerebral Palsy (CP) Teams (16+) have evolved to provide The FA CP Centre of Excellence Programme in season 2011-12. Regional Centres have identified and recruited an U16 Squad to complement the existing adult squad providing a direct route for players into the England CP Development Squad.

FA East Midlands Blind Centre of Excellence - Leicestershire
Mary Rudkin
Leicestershire FA 
E: mary.rudkin@leicestershirefa.com |

At the pinnacle of The FA Disability Talent Pathway are the England Impairment Specific Development squads. Currently, these squads have a focus on developing players under the age of 23 and cater for blind, partially sighted players, players with cerebral palsy and players with a learning disability. Involvement in an England Development squad prepares selected players for full involvement in Elite Impairment Specific squads.

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