England Talent Days are utilised as a player's first engagement with the Para Football Pathway and as the first selective environment in the player pathway.
The programme will identify and signpost players to the ‘right’ environment at that point in time and seeks to feed the subsequent Regional and National levels of the pathway. The Para Football player pathway runs ALONGSIDE any football that players already participate in, so does not compromise or replace any current involvement in the game.
The impairment groups included in England Talent Day activities are:
- Players who are deaf
- Players who have cerebral palsy (and are ambulant)
- Players who are partially sighted
The age range for potential participants is 7–16 years old. However, this is flexible for non-impaired goalkeepers.
Events near you
The nearest FA Para Talent Day for people based in North Riding are:
- 17th June at West Riding FA
- 15th July at Durham University - Maiden Castle Sports Park
For other dates around the country, please click the registration form below.
REGISTER YOUR PLACE AT A FA PARA TALENT DAY
Players currently at a Talent Hub or in the Regional or National Talent Programme DO NOT need to attend an England Talent Day.
The FA also run pathways and squads in Blind Football and Powerchair Football, soon to be joined by Amputee Football. For more information on these pathways and squads, please visit the dedicated pages on EnglandFootball.com and TheFA.com
Para Talent Identification Recruitment Workshops
If you would to learn more and have a better understanding of the Pathway, make sure you attend an online Para Talent Identification Recruitment Workshop.
Register your place