2017 Fife Football Academy Programme Finalised

The 2017 Fife Performance Football Academy organised by Disability Sport Fife (DSF), in conjunction with the Active Fife Scottish FA Football Development Officers, is scheduled to start late April, the week schools return from Easter holidays.

This will be the third year that pupils with additional support needs are offered quality coaching within school time from Scottish FA popular coach Dave Costello. Sessions will be provided within school facilities courtesy of the Active Fife Football Development Officers, key partners of DSF. Five Secondary schools are signed up for the programme which has had a major impact on the development of the Fife7s League.

Tues 25 April – 16 May
Madras College – 9.05-11.05
Contact Stuart Munn

Tues 25 April – 16 May
Woodmill HS – 12.45-13.30
Contact – Jakki O’Neill

Wed 26 April – 17 May
Glenrothes HS – 8.45-10.30
Contact – Alastair Terris

Wed 26 April – 17 May
Lochgelly HS – 13.45-15.15
Contact Brian Sim

Thurs 27 April – 18 May
Balwearie HS – 14.15 – 15.15
Contact – Pamela Robson

When the the Fife Football Academy programme comes to an end, DSF will join forces with Dunfermline Tennis Club for the Fife Tennis Academy programme for players with additional support needs.

Richard Brickley MBE
President, Disability Sport Fife