Manchester United Girls Regional Trials

FA Girls’ Regional Talent Club

FA Statement:The FA Girls’ Regional Talent Club trial period runs throughout the month of June and therefore you are welcome to attend trials at any club during this time.

If you are already registered with a Centre of Excellence or Regional Talent Club, we would also ask that you are honest and make them aware that you are trialing at another club.

Please be aware we can only accept players for trial who live within a 90 minute travel time of our training facility at Salford City College, Chatsworth Road, Eccles, M30 9FJ. Please note trial dates are subject to FA licence.

The 2017/18 Manchester United Regional Talent Club trials will take place at:

The University of Manchester
The Armitage Centre,
Moseley Road,
Manchester M14 6HE

U10/11/14s Trials
05 June – 6pm-8pm
07 June ¬- 6pm-8pm
10 June – 3.30pm-5.30pm

U12/16s Trials
06 June – 6pm- 8pm
08 June – 6pm- 8pm
10 June – 6.30pm-8.30pm

Please note U9 Development dates will be announced at the start of the 2017/18 season.

The deadline for trials application is Friday 2nd June 2017.


Sport Relief: 57 hours of 5-a-side

Manchester Health Academy students helped raise £370,592 for people living incredibly tough lives when they took part in Sport Relief’s 57 hour five-a-side game recently.

Alan Shearer, who captained the Match of the Day team, beat Robbie Savage’s squad, who led the BBC 5 live team with 547 goals to 529.

More than 1,100 people played in the snow and rain outside BBC MediaCityUK in Salford, including two Manchester Health Academy teams from the Sixth Form and main Academy.

The 57-hour duration of the match was chosen because it is the equivalent of a Premier League club’s entire season.

The Premier League is matching all of the public’s donations up to a maximum of £500,000.

The money will go towards helping disadvantaged people in the UK and overseas, and you can still donate if you would like to support the cause here.

Official Team Pic WEB Sixth Form Team WEB

BMX Sessions – 6th Form

A large part of the 6th Form sport course is spent taking part in different activities. One of the Units requires participation in 4 different adventurous activities, this half term students have been learning and developing their BMX skills, culminating in a race at the National Cycling Centre.  Let us know what you think in the comments?? Can you guess who won??