Football Talent ID Camp

A two week summer taster programme – Understand your full potential as a player and a student.

Watch Sam talk about what he took for the Talent ID last summer – come and join us in Summer 2020.

About the course

  • Course includes:
  • 13.5 hours of either English language or Sport Science lessons (previewing the Level 3 BTEC ins Sport Performance course) per week
  • 4 x afternoons (2 hours per afternoon) of football coaching per week
  • 1 competitive football match, filmed with Veo – post-match analysis (link to online footage provided) – An individual player assessment by a qualified IPSO Scout (International Professional Scouting Organisation
  • US Soccer Scholarships presentation
  • Visit to Abbey College Manchester – preview of the GCSE, A levels and International Foundation Programme courses
  • Standard homestay accommodation; half board from Monday to Friday, full board at the weekend
  • Kit package – 2 training kits (top, shorts, socks), 1 tracksuit, 1 red polo
  • Visits to: The Old Trafford football stadium and the National Football Museum
  • One full day excursion each Saturday (maximum two per two week course)
  • Airport transfers (Manchester Airport) on arrival and departure
  • Gym membership; state of the art gym with heated indoor pool
  • Example Timetable (subject to change)

    Week 1

    Week 2

    Dates 2020

    Round 1Sunday 28 June - Sunday 12 July 2020
    Round 2Sunday 12 July - Sunday 26 July 2020
    Round 3 Sunday 26 July - Sunday 9 August
    Round 4Sunday 9 August - Sunday 23 August 2020

    NB – Any player wishing to stay longer than one two week round may extend their course by booking either the “English + Football” or “Football Studies” (Football only).

    Prices – per two week course

    Under age 18£1545.00 per two week camp
    age 18+ £1495.00 per two week camp

    When enrolling and attending the IH Manchester football programme, you are enrolling on an educational study programme as a full time student. Therefore, any students who are attending the programme from outside of the EU and have been granted leave to enter the UK by a student visa are not allowed to access public funds nor are they allowed to work in the UK, either paid or unpaid.
    Working would include playing professional football for a club in the UK or amateur football for an amateur FA registered football club. Throughout the programme IH Manchester arrange a variety of experiences for students to attend scouting opportunities with clubs in the UK. Should a non EU visa student be successful in being scouted by a professional or amateur club in the UK, it would be the responsibility of the club and the individual player to ensure that they have secured the relevant UK work visa and permissions for this. We also only recommend doing this following the successful completion of the student’s course of study and with full compliance with the terms of their UK student visa.