Robbie Fowler’s Football Education Academy (FEFA) has… | Rainhill6th


Robbie Fowler’s Football Education Academy (FEFA) has signed a new partnership with Rainhill Sixth Form to offer a great package of education and sports training from 2019-2020.

The new partnership will allow students to now study A Levels alongside their football training. The partnerships will also see more places being made available for female football talent to study at FEFA.

Who are FEFA?

Launched in 2015 by former Liverpool and England striker, Robbie Fowler FEFA’s academic results are already impressive. FEFA have, in the past received glowing report from OFSTED and Pearson qualifications. Last year, four out of five students who attended FEFA progressed to their University of choice, with a suite of excellent qualifications and quality training.

What are my options?

There are two routes of study on offer with the partnership between FEFA and Rainhill Sixth Form:

Route 1: Study at Level 3 courses at Rainhill Sixth Form and get further qualifications and training from FEFA: Any student who wants to do A levels will have the same football diet as any other FEFA student, but will attend their A level/ BTEC lessons with Rainhill Sixth formers. Students will have to meet Rainhill Sixth Form entry requirement for the courses they wish to study.

A level FEFA students will do their football training at Rainhill which will fit around their A levels.

FEFA have 4 teams that play on a Wednesday afternoon – 2 in the Merseyside Competition, and 2 in the national ESFA league. FEFA female applicants will play their football for Rainhill u18s coached by LFC Coaches.

Want to apply for this route? Click here now to take you to the short application form.

Route 2: If entry requirements are not met for Level 3 study at Rainhill Sixth Form: Study at FEFA to gain coaching and sports qualifications. If this is the route you wish to take, please contact Rainhill Sixth Form to discuss.

What are the benefits?

Competition amongst academy-age players in England is intense. Only 1 in 200 youngsters nationally will be offered full-time professional contract. By teaming up with Rainhilll Sixth Form, FEFA aims to ensure that young players are educated and equipped for the many alternative careers on offer in football and the wider sports and leisure industry.

Want to apply for this route? Click here now to take you to the short application form.