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Tottenham Hotspur Academy football Trial opportunity coaches young footballers from the

age of 8 to 18. The operation involves approximately 150 young players, looked after by 30

full time and part time staff, 2013. A network of 35 scouts ensure that Spurs bring in the best

talent locally, and compete for other national players and those based abroad.

How to apply for Tottenham Hotspur Youth Development Trials

Our Academy Director at Spurs New Training Facility.
This season nine new scholars will join the 11 existing 2nd year boys to form the nucleus of

the Academy U18 squad.

The 3rd year Academy players all train with the Reserve/ Development Squad and compete

for places in the Reserve Team, and football trials.

Tottenham Education

All scholarship players undertake 12 hours of education per week scheduled to match
their own education requirements. This is a compulsory requirement included in the
offer of their scholarship.
 
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The players attend their classes at the White Hart Lane stadium in conjunction with the North
London College. They provide all the necessary teachers, but the college facilities are also
available to the players whenever needed.


The education is tailored to each individual player, and the courses can vary from A-level studies,
vocational subjects and can include basic numeracy and literacy where necessary.

The academy maintains a regular contact with all the registered schoolboy players from the U9
to U16 groups, and offers assistance to all the schools to stress the importance of obtaining
successful examination results.

This takes the form of regular school visits, and discussions with class and head teachers
concerning the progress of the boys.

Academy registration can be placed in danger if a young player persistently breaks school rules -
including truancy, homework violations and misbehaviour.

Staff Details at Tottenham Hotspur Academy

John McDermott - Tottenham Hotspur Academy Manager
Bryan Klug - Tottenham Hotspur Academy Player Development
Richard Allen - Head of Recruitment
Dean Rastrick - Tottenham Hotspur Academy Performance Manager
Trevor Webb - Education & Welfare Officer
Ross Embleton - Tottenham Hotspur Academy Integration Manager

Coaching...

Tottenham Hotspur Academy

U18 - Alex Inglethorpe
U15 - Bradley Allen
U14 - Justin Cochrane
U13 - Mehmet Ali/Will Antwi
U12 - Tony Tillbrook/Andy Purcell
U11 - Saul Hurst/Joe Staunton
U10 - Gary Broadhurst/Alex Matton
U9 - Robbie Polkinghorn/Michael Donaldson
GK Coach - Perry Suckling/Alex Welsh
Coach - Glen Hicks

Medical...

Dr Imtiaz Ahmad - Academy Doctor
Aaron Harris - Head Academy Physiotherapy
Ben Harwood - Academy Physiotherapist
Matt Allen - Academy Fitness Coach

Academy Facilities

Tottenham Hotspur Academy current facilities for the academy players include...
6 excellent full-size grass pitches
4 intermediate and mini-size grass pitches
1 full-size, floodlit artificial pitch
1 artificial surface indoor area
Fully equipped remedial gymnasium
Fully equipped treatment rooms
Shower and changing facilities
Canteen and refreshment facilities
 

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Tottenham Hotspur Acadmy and CEOP join forces

Photo: Today @ tottenham hotspur new training Academy.

Millions of children across the UK have access to the internet. It is now central to how they stay

in touch with their friends and family. However the internet is also a public place and while

bringing many benefits and opportunities, also opens up new risks and challenges. That's

why Tottenham Hotspur has teamed up with the Child Exploitation and Online Protection

(CEOP) Centre.

CEOP is part of the UK police, set up to tackle the sexual exploitation of children. The CEOP

Centre aims to educate children, young people, their parents, carers and fans to understand

the risks they may face online and what they can do to empower themselves to stay safe. They

also track, locate and hold child sexual offenders to account.

Tottenham Hotspur uses the internet to communicate to coaches, referees, scouts, medics,

agents, young leaders, players, parents and fans. It's important to understand how to make

use of this technology appropriately and working with the CEOP Centres education

programme Think uknow will help to do this.

 
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