Women's Trial Match - Applications Open
Report by Sue Prior
Page last updated at 1:13AM UTC, Wednesday, 24 May 2017
After a successful 2017 for both our Women's 1st & Reserve (Development U21) teams we are looking to build for further success in 2017-18 with the Women's Super League being our number one goal.
We are running a trial match on the evening of Thursday 8th June and are inviting applications from players aged 16+ who believe they have the ability to play at FA Women's Premier League level.
We have fantastic facilities and resources which we share with our Mens 1st team, tremendous ambition as a club, and with the staff we have, that are supporting everything from strength and conditioning to performance analysis and nutrition, we believe we have a great environment and proposition for players to improve and achieve great things.
Who do we want to hear from
We are particularly keen to hear from players exiting RTC's this summer, those who have played at WSL, FAWPL and Centre of Excellence level plus players who are currently excelling at lower league level.
During the season, we train twice a week at Charltons training ground and players are expected to do additional conditioning work outside of this.
Our Reserve (Development) team is our pathway to the 1st team for players aged 16-21 years.
To apply please send us your mini football CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous playing experience
Any medical condition we should know about for trials
We will reply to let you know if you have been accepted for the trial match and with details if you have been successful.
Trial Information for successful applicants
The trial match will start at 830pm on the top 3G pitch, Charlton Athletic Training Ground, Sparrows Lane, New Eltham, SE9 2JR.
Please come ready changed with shinpads, boots and a drink. Please note no blades or metal studs are allowed on the 3G.
Please park in the first main car park and allow a few minutes to walk up from there to the pitches.
If for any reason you cannot attend please let us know so the coaches can re-plan the teams