Following the fantastic success of our first team, Torquay United are challenging the next generation to raise their game and expectations in order to challenge the best academies throughout the country. In July, we will be offering open trials for the our Under-11 and Under-12 sides. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop their football
In what was a proud weekend for everyone associated with the club, three of the club’s youth sides were involved in cup finals. Our U12s had a marvellous experience at the Football Association’s national football centre, St George’s Park. Although their opponents, Pro Football Academy, emerged victorious in the final, the lads can look back
Despite a spirited performance, United’s Under-18 side went down by a single goal in the Gary Else Memorial League Cup Final on Saturday morning. After falling a goal behind just short of the half-hour mark, Shaun Taylor’s side continued to press for an equaliser and were unlucky not to be rewarded with the goal their
Torquay’s Under 9-side took part in a two day football tournament last weekend, and they ended it by coming away with the SCI Football festival trophy. The first day consisted of four games, with our youngsters getting off to a fantastic start by defeating Oldland Abbotonians from Gloucestershire 7-0. The 2nd match against Dosthill Colts
United’s Under-18 side continue their quest for silverware on Saturday, as they face Cirencester Town in the semi-finals of the Gary Else Memorial League Cup at South Devon College. The Yellow Army are very much welcome to come and cheer on the Young Gulls, however supporters are advised that parking around the facility is limited.
Torquay United’s Under-18 side wrap up their league campaign tomorrow with a top-of-the-table clash against Bristol Academy. With a cup semi-final against Circenster taking place at the club’s South Devon College the following weekend, there is still an opportunity for The Young Gulls to match their senior counterparts and mark a season of excellent progress