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The final push for the Crawley Town Community Foundation Academy!

It’s the final few weeks of the 23/24 South Premier and South Reserves division of the National Youth Football League. Crawley Town have all to play for in the final few fixtures! 


Last week saw the Foundation’s South Premier team, who play on Wednesdays, victorious over Peterborough with the final score being 3-1. The scoring was opened by Peterborough however Crawley had a quick reply with the equalising goal being scored by Zagdouni followed up by Colombini early in the second half, who gave Crawley the lead. Walters secured the win with the third and final goal, from the penalty spot in added time! 


The action did not stop there last week for the academy, our South Reserves side took on Barking Abbey at Horsham Football Club in a thrilling game, with the game finishing 3-3.  


With only 5 games left across the 2 teams, the Education Academy players have had an incredible season, securing a spot in the Sussex U19 County Cup Final which will take place on the 10th of May with the action kicking off at 7:45pm. The success doesn’t stop there! Our South Reserves team are currently top of the table and are hoping to continue their winning ways to secure the title in a few weeks.  


The Crawley Town Community Foundation Academy is a post-16 Education programme. Operated in collaboration with the Holy Trinity Sixth Form School, offering a Pearson BTEC Level 3 qualification, alongside by an intensive full-time football academy programme. The coaching at the academy is centred around the principles, and rigour, of professional football, ensuring a high level of training and development for aspiring athletes. 


Our Education Academy programme have limited spaces remaining for the 24/25 season. To register your interest or to find out more information please go to - 

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