RTC Centre Manager
Welcome to Blackburn Rovers Regional Talent Club for girls, an integral component of the FA's talented player pathway for 8 to 16 year olds. As an FA licensed centre we adopt the FA's aim.
To identify players of outstanding ability and provide them with a technical and educational programme designed to produce football excellence in conjunction with personal development.
To meet the FA's aims, Blackburn Rovers Girls' Regional Talent Club will:
In order to achieve our aims and objectives we have a philosophy to create a stimulating learning environment where all players and coaches support a set of shared principles that help players and teams to achieve their potential.
The mission of the coaching programme is to provide an inspirational learning environment that is conductive to maximising individual player potential. Ultimately preparing as many players as possible for the national and international arenas.
'Endeavour to push boundaries and populate dreams'
The coaching programme is designed to develop all-round players, focussing on the individual and team needs. It is therefore not result-driven. Sessions encourage players to play, to learn and to make good decisions. We are not creating robots but developing:
Well-rounded players who are technically proficient and intelligent, able to think clearly and creatively so they can problem solve and make effective decisions.
For further information on the RTC please visit the sections below...
Blackburn Rovers’ renowned Regional Talent Club is on the look out for football’s female stars of the future.
Rovers Ladies goalkeeper Amelia Size has been called up by Wales to participate in their forthcoming round of qualifiers for the UEFA European Women’s U17 Championship.
Amelia Size has once again been called up to the Wales national team for an forthcoming training camp.