English Football College, inlingua Manchester, Relocates to Manchester; Manchester City Football Club's 'Platt Lane Football Development Team' to Provide All Football Services

Share Article

inlingua Manchester, an English football college, announces that they are relocating to the city of Manchester with the "Platt Lane Football Development Department" of Manchester City FC delivering all daily football training sessions for the international student-footballers on this unique football and education course.

international football academy,english in manchester

inlingua Manchester Football College Relocates to Manchester

inlingua Manchester, an English football college, is relocating to Manchester with the Manchester City FC "Platt Lane Football Development Team" delivering the daily training for the participating student-footballers.

inlingua Manchester is always looking to improve the quality of their services and the upcoming academic year of 2012/13 is no exception. The decision to relocate to the Manchester city centre by inlingua Manchester was taken to add vibrancy to an already successful program that will be entering its seventh year of delivering English football and educational services to international student-athletes.

The new inlingua Manchester Football College proudly features all football training sessions taking place at the home of “Platt Lane Manchester City Football Development Department.” inlingua Manchester Football College players from around the world will enjoy daily football instruction by the Barclay's Premier League leaders. Instruction will be provided by MCFC's "Football Development Team."

The city is notable for its culture, music, media links and of course, its football. Manchester is served by two universities, including the largest single-site university in the UK, and has one of the country's largest urban economies. Manchester is also the third-most visited city in the UK by foreign visitors, after London and Edinburgh.

inlingua Manchester, have an established network of host families within the local Manchester area located within a few minutes journey of the ij tours “inlingua Manchester” language school which is in the heart of the city. This makes travel very easy with Manchester having a very extensive rail, bus and metro network. Participants will arrive at the “inlingua Manchester” language school each morning at 9.00am to begin their day with academic studies (BTEC) or English languages classes.

Each afternoon after lunch inlingua Manchester participants will arrive at Platt Lane. In addition to the daily coaching, participants will also have access to the fitness gym centre onsite where they will have fitness sessions during the weekly timetable as well as the ability to stay and workout in their own time. Friendly and competitive matches will take place at Platt lane and inlingua Manchester Football College squad will also be managed and coached during games by the Manchester City Football Development Team.

At the weekends all inlingua Manchester student-footballers will have the opportunity to see Barclays Premier League matches, including attending some of the home matches of Manchester City FC at the Etihad Stadium. Throughout the academic year course inlingua Manchester participants will also visit English professional clubs in the North West for Train and Play events. These visits will provide insight into English professional football at various levels.

"inlingua Manchester is honoured to have Manchester City come aboard to provide the football services for our international players. What an opportunity for these young lads to train daily under the MCFC Football Development Team," said inlingua Manchester Director, Peter Hayes who continued…"Now we can combine the best possible academic and language instruction in Manchester with the best possible English football instruction delivered by the one and only Platt Lane Manchester City Football Development Team. It’s a very proud day for us at inlingua Manchester."

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Katie Hayes

Peter Hayes
Visit website