Luton Town on the lookout for talent

PUBLISHED: 21:00 17 August 2012

Luton Town FC are scouring Hatfield for talent

Luton Town FC are scouring Hatfield for talent


LUTON Town Football Club are opening a new development centre in Hatfield on Sunday afternoons at Birchwood Leisure Centre.

The centre is for children between 7-11-years-old, who have ambitions to play for a professional football club.

The centre is being run by Premier Skills Limited, which was set up by ex-England youth coach, Arsenal 1st team coach and Crystal Palace Academy director John Cartwright.

Luton are looking for players with above average ability, and show a love of playing the game. Town’s Scott Smith said: “We are looking forward to working with Premier Skills and the children of Hatfield and Welwyn.

The centre is by invitation only. Trials are free and will be held at King George FC, Beehive Lane, WGC on Wednesday, August 29. U8/U9 10am-11am and U10/U11 11.15am-12.15pm.

For more information contact or call 07905557535.

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