Assessment Trials 2018: Registration Open


Registration for players for the 2018 Assessment Trials is now open. Please click the link below to register your interest to play.

Ex-Wolves Apprentice Studies For Future As A Physio


When Dan Murray was sat on the treatment table at Wolverhampton Wanderers he could not have imagined that it would lead directly down another path.

Hilton Pursues A Degree In Maths


To a certain extent it is true that football is a numbers game, whether that’s points, attendances or finance. The notion also applies to professional footballers and contracts particularly at 18 years of age, when there are more apprentices completing apprenticeships than professional contracts on offer.

Former Notts County Apprentice Targets Career in Sports Law


Tyler Guy may not have ventured far since leaving Meadow Lane in the summer of 2013, but he has already covered significant ground on his journey towards a new career.

Stock Encouraged By Assessment Trials


Loughborough University Football Programme Coordinator Mat Stock admitted he was impressed with LFE’s Assessment Trials, which hosted over 200 apprentices bidding for interest from scouts of clubs and Universities.

Gaughran Supports Trials Opportunity


Peterborough Head of Recruitment Sam Gaughran lauded the work of LFE after attending this year’s Assessment Trials.

Edwards Lauds LFE Trials for Helping Universities


Cardiff Metropolitan University Director of Football, Christian Edwards has said that LFE’s Assessment Trials ensure higher education institutions procure talented players onto their degree and football programmes, providing mutual benefits for both parties.

Sinclair Keen To Explore All Options


Wolves defender Nyeko Sinclair is remaining open-minded about his future if he is unable to earn a professional contract.

Foyle Applauds LFE Trials


Motherwell chief scout Martin Foyle has praised LFE for allowing clubs the chance to watch a range of talented youngsters showcase their ability.

Williams-Bowers Hails Trials Opportunity


AFC Wimbledon striker Reece Williams-Bowers has hailed LFE for providing him the opportunity to showcase his talents in front of scouts from home and abroad, just three days after being told that he would not be awarded with a professional deal at Kingsmeadow.

Leonard Planning For Future Career In Medicine


Oldham Athletic full-back Ryan Leonard is planning to pursue a career in medicine if he doesn’t succeed as a professional footballer.