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Players wanted for 2024/25

Players wanted for 2024/25

Di Coke4 Mar - 11:37
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Some teams are full for the 2024/25 season – here are the ones trialling new players.

As of April 2024, these teams are recruiting for new players.

Check the relevant age group and contact the coach directly.

All age groups listed are for the 2024/25 season.

  • U7 BOYS/MIXED (current Year 1) have a few spaces left for their new squad - Contact Rob
  • U9 GIRLS (current Year 2 or 3) are looking for a couple of players - Contact Jasmine
  • U10 BOYS (current Year 4) are looking for players - Contact Matt
  • U10 GIRLS (current Year 4) are looking for a couple of players - Contact David
  • U11 GIRLS (current Year 5) are moving up to 9v9 and need a goalkeeper and outfield players - Contact Katia
  • U11 WHITE (current Year 5) are recruiting a couple of outfield players - Contact Ben
  • U13 GIRLS (current Year 7) need a goalkeeper - Contact Carly
  • U14 BOYS (current Year 8) are recruiting outfield players - Contact Darren
  • U15 BLUE (current Year 9) are recruiting outfield players - Contact Matt & Marcus
  • U15 GOLD (current Year 9) need a goalkeeper - Contact Jim
  • U16 GIRLS (current Year 10) are recruiting outfield players - Contact Peter

To speed up your enquiry, please add these details in your email to the coach:

Parent’s name:

Your contact number:

Child’s name:

Child’s date of birth:

Child’s school year:

How did you hear about Hove Park Colts?

Which team does your child currently play for (if any)?

What other organised football does your child play? (e.g. RMA, BHAFC Foundation etc.)

Which position/s do they like playing in?

Which foot do they use most?

If you’d like to join but have financial difficulties, we’ll be happy to subsidise your child's fees. Contact Di for details.

We have a lot of enquiries, but can't currently take on players for teams other than those listed above. However, if you’d be interested in taking on a role as Team Coach and starting a new team, please get in touch to let us know!

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