Brochure showcases new FA football centre

November 4, 2011 by  

A new centre of excellence for football has been unveiled by the FA in a glossy printed booklet.

The brochure showcases the offerings of the National Football Centre that is being built in Rangemore, near Burton. The publication gives details about the proposed facilities that will be housed at the centre, which not only offers the state of the art football facilities that one would expect from a national centre championing one of the nation’s favourite sports; it also features a wealth of leisure and learning facilities. The publication has been produced professionally by brochure printers.

Stoke-on-Trent and Nottingham are both areas within a reasonably short drive that could be home to people who would be attracted to work or study at the National Football Centre, which is also being referred to as St. George’s Park. The Director of Football Development for the FA, Sir Trevor Brooking, commented on the development, saying:

“With the development of coaches from all communities at the heart of the ethos of St George’s Park we hope to effect a long-term change in the quality and quantity of qualified coaches at all levels. I believe it will represent a significant step-change in the ability of English football to produce more and better technically able-young English footballers. In turn we hope this will produce the successful England international teams we all want to see.”

The brochure for St. George’s Park features information about the lecture theatres and hotels that will be on offer at the venue. The brochure is also available as a digital download from the St. George’s Park website.