Tokyngton Academy will seek to serve it’s fans and the local community by being a beacon of fair play and family values. Tokyngton Manor will be a place for all. Young and old, whatever race or religion can come and feel the joy that being a part of a football club can offer. Based on the Christian values of the management team & board, we want to be more than just a football team: we want to be an agent of hope within this area of North west London…..” The main focus will be the development of a successful football team. Alongside this we will also clearly promote the development of youth by providing opportunities for those society marginalises. We aim to offer them a positive football experience and hope to change their lives.
The Jason Roberts Foundation is a registered charity established in 2007 based in Brent in the UK and Grenada in the Caribbean. The Foundation was set up to provide opportunities for young people to participate in sports, cultural and educational activities to improve their health and wellbeing; increase their motivation and self-esteem; and to enhance educational achievement and develop employability skills. The aim of the Foundation is to deliver sustainable programs, helping young people to reach their potential by creating an encouraging learning environment with effective participation and a pathway for all to develop and grow.
Key benefits of JRF link:
Great contacts with non-league and professional clubs
Established charity with a history of local and regional delivery
Track record in working with young players
3 training courses found
The 2 weeks program will run twice in the summer. This one will start on 1 August 2016 and will end on 14 August 2016.
The 4 week program will start on 18 July 2016 and will end on 14 August 2016. This program will be finished with a trip to Wembley Stadium with the entire group.
Tokyngton Academy is proud to announce the partnership with LIFE Academy Soccer for the 2016/2017 season. In partnership with LIFE Academy Soccer, players, and coaches aged 16-18 years will have the opportunity to combine the provision of football excellence with a range of vocational and academic qualifications.