Rep Squad

Trials for 2018-19 Liverpool FA Male Under-18 Representative Squad

If you’re male and under the age of 18 next season, you could become a member of Liverpool FA’s Representative Squad.

Liverpool FA currently has an U18 Youth Representative Squad which participates in two competitions throughout the course of the season – The Association of Northern Counties Youth Competition and the prestigious FA County Youth Cup.

We aim to provide talented youth players with an opportunity to participate in representative football for their county, whilst learning and developing within a professional environment.

The squad provides an opportunity to participate amongst the county’s elite players outside of the professional game and an opening to progress in your football development.

To be eligible to represent the county’s youth team, players must be under the age of 18 on 31 August of the playing season,  must have attained the age of 15 as of midnight on 31 August of the relevant playing season and be ‘non-contract’. Players must also be registered to an Liverpool FA-affiliated club, or be born within the county of Merseyside.

Should you be interested in exploring this opportunity, Liverpool FA will be hosting a series of trial events in July/August as we look to plan and prepare our representative squad ahead of the new season.

These events will take place at the Liverpool FA County Ground, Walton Hall Park, Liverpool, L4 9XP on the following dates:

• Wednesday 18 July, 6.00pm (please try to attend the first trial date where possible)
• Wednesday 25 July, 6.00pm
• Wednesday 1 August, 6.00pm

For further information on the trials please contact David Pugh, CEO at Liverpool FA, via or 0151 523 4488.

INFORMATION: Report to main reception upon arrival. The session will include an introduction at 6.00pm prompt prior to a practical session on the 3G artificial grass pitch, which will conclude at 7.30pm.

PLEASE NOTE: The only footwear permitted on the 3G pitch will be astro-trainers or moulded studs. No blades (including rubber ones) or metal studs are allowed. Players will be required to bring appropriate training kit, including shin pads, for the practical session. Changing and shower facilities will also be available.

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