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Join us for our ever popular Pace Summer Tournament on 16th / 17th June 2018 at Testwood School. Enter online.
Testwood School is shut this weekend (3rd March). All training, matches are cancelled including Pace Proco Minis.
Due to the weather forecast for this Saturday and the half term holidays the Pace-Proco Minis sessions will be OFF for Saturday 21st and 28th October. We look forward to seeing you all back on Saturday 4th November
Pace have teamed up with PROCO Football Foundation to offer our minis sessions on a Saturday morning.
Pace Pumas U15 for next season (2017-18) are looking for players in any position, currently in Year 9.
Next year under 11’s Pace Cougars football team are looking for new players.
Pace are looking for girls to join our teams. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested!
Pace Panthers U13 (Season 2016/17) are looking for players
We are looking to grow our Pace Minis groups. These fun football sessions cater for children, both boys and girls, who are in Year R and Year 1. The sessions are held on Saturday mornings at Testwood School, Totton.
About Pace Youth FC
The club has continued to grow from strength to strength since it was founded in 2000 and now has 39 teams across all leagues!
Since 2006 we have developed a partnership with Testwood School which is now our base for training and league matches. This allows us to offer some of the most advanced facilities for youth football in the area, boasting an all weather flood lit 3G artificial grass surface, storage facilities for equipment and goals and more recently a refreshments hut.
Over the years Pace Youth FC have become known to many professional clubs in the surrounding area and as a direct result teams have been invited to play friendlies at their training facilities giving the players a unique opportunity to experience the likes of Bournemouth, Chelsea, Reading & Southampton’s Youth Academy enabling us to visit to their training ground, with some players even being offered contracts at various pro clubs.
Pace Youth have also been leaders in growing girls football, building 7 teams inside of 4 seasons. Girls within the club have more opportunities to play football at the level that suits them.