LONG-TERM PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

THE football season is now well under way and the Argyle Community Trust is looking to harness future talent for Plymouth Argyle with our Long-Term Player Development Centres. Developing home-grown talent is a priority for Plymouth Argyle and we believe in giving gifted young footballers the opportunity to strive for excellence. After months of research…

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PAFC PROGRESSION

ARGYLE Community Trust is ready to welcome back our ever-popular Friday evening Progression Centres at Tor Bridge High Community College. These weekly sessions are open to club and non-club players, using the Plymouth Argyle ethos of developing individual skills and match practises, focusing on creativity and problem-solving to challenge player awareness. The sessions are open…

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PL4 SPORT & PL GIRLS

ARGYLE Community Trust is delighted to welcome back the superb PL4 Sport and PL Girls programme as part of an amazing autumn for the team at Home Park. We have numerous sporting sessions planned for delivery across the City of Plymouth and surrounding areas, many of which are free of charge and can lead to…

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LADIES 0 BRIGHTON 4

STILL smarting from last week’s defeat against Charlton Athletic, Argyle Ladies put in a far better performance against League leaders Brighton & Hove Albio, but ultimately the result was the same; another home defeat, that sees the Greens hovering just one place above the relegation places. Missing the likes of Jessie Jones, Kayley Lane, Emily…

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SEASON STARTS IN MIDWEEK

FOR  a number of players on the Argyle Community Trust Education programme, competitive football started weeks ago with our involvement in the Peninsula League but a number of our scholars kick-off their season with an intriguing trio of matches on Wednesday. The first-team travel to Premier League outfit AFC Bournemouth, while the second-team are at…

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ARGYLE 6 PENZANCE 2

PLYMOUTH Argyle closed the gap on runaway leaders Mousehole to four points after a clinical display that oozed professional quality in front of goal. While Louis Rooney rightly deserves the headlines for scoring four goals, Callum Hall was a constant threat on the day for Argyle, as Penzance toiled against a home side playing some…

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FUTSAL SCHOLARSHIP

THIS week has seen the launch of our new intake for the Argyle Community Trust Futsal Scholarship at Carn Brea Leisure Centre. We were delighted to welcome 19 new scholars on to the programme, joining our second-year students for the start of an exciting two-year journey on the Trust’s Futsal Education scheme. The scholars have…

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RUTHLESS PILGRIMS

PLYMOUTH Argyle welcome Penzance to Seale Hayne for the latest edition of Peninsula League action on Saturday and the mantra will be about being ruthless in front of goal. The Pilgrims completely dominated Millbrook last weekend but only managed one goal in a narrow victory, and with Mousehole racing clear at the top of the…

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KICKS READY TO GO

THE Kicks project for autumn 2016 will get underway at Honicknowle Youth Centre tonight (Wednesday, September 9) from 6pm to 8pm. It is completely free and we welcome all youngsters aged between 11 and 19 years from the Community for an evening of football, fitness and food. The Kicks project has been a major success…

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A NEW START FOR THE TRUST

A FANTASTIC summer programme is now complete and the Argyle Community Trust would like to say a huge thank you to all the children, parents, carers, coaches, venues and everyone else involved in helping us spread the joy of football over the last couple of months. We now move swiftly into the Schools programmes, which…

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