Academy 59 are a football development academy based in Hull and East Riding.
Our mission is to deliver affordable professional academy quality coaching for grassroots players. As an academy we are committed to improving the level of grassroots football in the area, giving players the best opportunity to improve and develop.
We firmly believe in football being developed in a fun environment, and meeting the individual needs of each player. Our highly experienced and qualified coaches are committed to developing players in the local area.
Academy 59 offer a variety of different development programmes throughout the year. All of our programmes are designed around player development, as is our philosophy. Players will be developed in all areas of their game in line with the FA long term player development model.
Our Development Camps offer players the opportunity to have full days of football development with our qualified coaching staff. Running during school holidays, players will attend from 9am-3pm, covering a number of topics and offering them a wholesome football development experience.
1 on 1 Coaching
Our 1 on 1 coaching sessions allow for the most technical feedback. Players will work with their coach to devise what technical aspects of their game they want/need to work on, and create a development plan to work to.
Our development centres are weekly sessions, working on a wide range of skills to enable our players to develop. The centres will follow a 12 week curriculum working on in possession, out of possesion and in transition phases. The centres are a great way for players to develop their all round game.
Small group sessions working on a specific part of the game.
For example we will be offering a specific finishing course aimed at improving forward players finishing, and all aspects around their play to enable them to finish.
Football Club 59
FC59 is our new FA affiliated football club designed to help talented footballs develop, improve and progress.
FC 59 is part of a developmental pathway, bridging the gap from Sunday league grassroots football to Professional Academy football