Boston United U19 Youth Development Squads

We currently have two Youth Squads at Boston United – our U19 Advanced youth squad who play in The National Youth Alliance Division and are led by Lee Mitchell. They also compete in the prestigious FA Youth Cup, alongside the Youth Alliance League Cup and the Midland Youth Cup.

We also have our Development youth squad who are led by coach Lewis Wright and compete in a local college league.

Both teams are made up of young male players who are also enrolled at our Boston United Sports College. Our Youth Development Squad is also fed by our academy’s Centres teams as well as local, talented players. We strive to provide the best quality footballers in the local area to ultimately play for the first team in Vanarama National League North.

Why choose Boston United?

Boston United Football Academy are passionate about developing young football players, helping them to excel on the pitch. We want to give every player the opportunity to succeed in the football industry, whether that’s a career in football/sport or playing professional football.

Working with Boston United Sports College, we offer a variety of sports and coaching qualifications to help develop and further our players’ education. This is completely FREE to all students aged 16 to 19 years old.

Our ultimate long term goal – to produce first team players

Our goal is to produce players for Boston United’s first team and help them to succeed in professional football.

Over the years, we have signed a number of youth players to the first team – including Harry Vince (who has also represented England C-Squad), Ryan Pratt, Taylor Gray and Jack Withers who has just signed a professional contract with Premier League club Swansea City – this is a great opportunity for young, talented local players.

If you’d like more information on our Under 19 Youth Development Squads, please contact academy@bufc.co.uk.

Coaching and Football package

Our Academy’s advanced youth team plays in the National League U19 Youth Alliance league and our development squad play within a college league structure.

Players receive daily, professional football training (minimum of 8 hours a week) with our qualified coaching team, as well as video analysis of competitive fixtures, GPS vests and fitness training, strength and conditioning.

We offer a full pre-season and in season training programme, nutrition programme and advice, strength and conditioning, fitness training programme as well as pre-season team building trips to help with team bonding.

Players are also given the opportunity to play for other professional clubs, helping to further develop their skills and experience. This will be discussed and agreed with the Head of Youth throughout the season.

Education programme – in partnership with Boston United Sports College and VLUK

Players who join Boston United Football Academy will also study with Boston United Sports College. We currently offer a variety of BTEC Sports Courses (Level 1 to Level 3 extended diploma) and offer Maths and English GCSE / Functional Skills – all delivered by fully qualified tutors. This is FREE to all students aged from 16 to 19 years. We also offer a Higher National Diploma.

Players can also gain a variety of coaching qualifications and work experience within the sports industry.

The Sports College has classroom facilities, fully qualified tutors, onsite fitness area, kitchen, chill-out area with TV and Music, free pool table and table tennis, and Changing Room facilities.

For more information about joining Boston United Football Academy and Sports College, please email academy@bufc.co.uk.

Who We Are & Contact Us

Boston United Community Foundation is one of the top community sports coaching programmes in Lincolnshire, delivering safe and affordable activities that bring all members of the community together regardless of their circumstances.

The Jakemans Stadium
York Street, Boston PE21 6JN

01205 364406

Boston United Community Foundation is a Registered Charity No. 1174561.

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