The FA's Women’s High Performance Football Centre initiative was launched in 2017 in partnership with British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS), with eight original centres announced at universities across the country.
Their role is to support and drive The FA’s ambition to increase the number and quality of coaches, both of which are central to the growth of the women’s game.
Plymouth Marjon will take on this responsibility within their region, while at the same time providing talented players with an environment to drive their academic and football ambitions.
They’ll offer a variety of services such as coaching, sports science and sports medicine alongside scholarship opportunities.
They’ll also have a focus on creating the next generation of the game’s behind-the-scenes workforce, including volunteers, administrators and development staff.
You can find out more about how to access their services and get involved by emailing Chris Smietanka.