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Egerton FC increases training membership places

Egerton Football Club is celebrating a successful start to the season by increasing its training membership programme to accommodate further young footballers looking to improve their skill level, whilst having fun on the pitch.

The club, which has a membership of over 500 young players and 140 adult players from Knutsford and the surrounding area, is offering players from the age of 8 years upwards the opportunity to be trained by top class coaches and alongside existing team players on the training membership scheme.

Egerton FC Increases Training Membership Places














Held on different evenings according to age group, a training membership costs £20 per month.

The programme is especially relevant for players who are signed to another club but want to benefit from additional football training, or those who are looking to move and want to trial another club before fully committing.

The club’s facilities include a 3G pitch, a variety of grass pitches and a clubhouse featuring amenities including a gym and sports hall.

Tom O’Donnell, chairman of Egerton Football Club, comments: “We’re really excited to be able to accommodate a larger number of young footballers. Our training is second to none. We invest heavily in employing professionally trained coaches and as a consequence, demand for entry onto our programmes has been high in recent times.

“An Egerton Training Membership is an excellent way for players to become a part of the club on a basis that suits them. Then should places become available to join a team mid-season or at the start of the next season, they will be well placed to make the transition to a full Egerton team member if this is of interest.”
Players and their parents can find out more about the training membership programme by emailing the club on info@egertonfootballclub.co.uk.

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