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Register for the Regional Talent Club Trials Today

Girls from across Oxfordshire bidding to be one of the country's next Lionesses can now register their interest for the Oxford United Girls Tier 1 Reg

Regional Talent Club Trials - 2016/2017: The FA have now replaced the FA Girls Centre of Excellence with the all new FA Regional Talent Clubs for Girls. The RTC program will be very similar, but runs with three tiers and Oxford United Football Club are very proud to be become a Tier 1 Club, which is the very top tier in the girls pathway.

As part of the changes for next season, the FA are also altering the eligible age groups and the FA cut-off dates for the new age groups will move from 1st January to 1st September each year to align with school years.

Applicable Age Groups 2016/17 Season:

Future Stars- Under-6 - Players born from 31st August 2010 - 1st September 2012

Future Stars- Under-8 - Players born from 31st August 2008 - 1st September 2010

U10s - Players born from 1st September 2006 -31st August 2008

U12s - Players born from 1st September 2004 - 31st August 2006

U14s - Players born from 1st September 2002 - 31st August 2004

U16s - Players born from 1st September 2000 - 31st August 2002

You must have been born between 1st September 2000 and 1st September 2012
Your home postcode must be within a 1 hour 30 minute travel time of our RTC Training Ground OX4 6JZ
You must have an English Parent or an English Grandparent or you must have been educated in England for at least 5 consecutive years.

If you are interested in trialing and would like to register for a place for the Girls Tier 1 Regional Talent Club trials, please click here and fill out the application form to register.

PLEASE NOTE, CLOSING DATE OF JUNE 20th 2016 TO REGISTER

For more information about the trials, please visit www.oxfordunitedwfc.co.uk

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