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Bachar Houli Academy

Juniors

Registrations for the Bachar Houli Academy (Juniors) are now open!

Register here!

Academy dates – Monday, April 6 -Wednesday April 8, 2020
All participants will be required to attend a trial day on Sunday, March 22, 2020.

All registered participants will participate in a trial day in each state.

The Bachar Houli Academy juniors’ group is targeted for 12 to 14-year-old boys in the Muslim community. The academy is designed to introduce the basic fundamentals of football development, leadership, identity and peak performance. The three-day residential camp is followed by two leadership days, hosted at the Richmond Football Club.

“I am now the captain of my local football club thanks to Bachar Houli and the Junior Academy. The knowledge and skills I have gathered from the program have been so helpful in my personal development. “ Ahmed – Bachar Houli Academy participant 2018  

“The Bachar Houli Academy has helped me be more confident and taught me to always have a go no matter the challenge.” Abdul – Bachar Houli Academy participant 2018

Seniors

The Bachar Houli senior Academy is a high-performance football talent program for emerging male players. The program consists of two groups, seniors and juniors.

The seniors group is designed for emerging players aged between 15 to 18 who come from an Islamic background.

The academy involves a  residential camp which focuses on football development, peak performance, leadership and identity. Upon completion of the program a voting process takes place. Participants from the program nominate their peers based on their leadership qualities, as well as their football skills. The top 10 players that get nominated qualify to attend the exclusive International Elite Performance Camp.

The academy’s framework has been developed by subject matter experts providing an industry leading standard curriculum and delivered by experienced coaches.

The Academy also includes two leadership days throughout the year to recap on the program principals.