The Allied Counties first league game is on the week commencing the 28th August. So Allied Counties pre-season training will start on Tuesday 25th July, 7:00pm at Holmer Green FC (90 minutes duration). There after training sessions for Allied Counties will be held on:
- Monday 31st July
- Monday 7th August
- Monday 14th August
- Monday 21st August
- Tuesday 29th August
New Players are welcome to attend, ages from U16, U17 & U18. The last 2 seasons we have had a great mix of all ages including 4 U16s actually playing regularly in the team.
First Team & Development Team training starts 4th July at Holmer Green FC, 7:15 pm. We recommend that if possible as many allied counties players try and attend these early senior training sessions to try and build up fitness.
We expect to arrange at least 4 preseason friendlies (tbc) leading up to the start of the season with our FA Youth Cup game possibly First Week of September .
All new players are welcome as we are always interested in signing and developing new players. In the past 2 years we have finished 2nd and 3rd in the allied counties league division and reached the semi final and final of the League Cup and semi final of the County Cup. Our Coaching and Management philosophy is to play a passing game that is enjoyable for all players. We try to create a fun and friendly environment whilst trying to maintain a professional, disciplined, focused and motivated attitude to training and games. It is the aim of the Allied Counties management and coaches to prepare and produce allied counties player who can play development and first team football at a high level now and in the future. We have had five players make first team appearances at step 5 level in the past 2 seasons with virtually all the Allied players making development appearances as well
New players are very welcome so If you are interested in joining us please either turn up for training on Tuesday 25th July or contact Ian Lancaster - Manager of Allied Counties at email@example.com.
Updated 09:16 - 20 Jun 2017 by Paul Wareham