fulham f.c. and tottenham hotspur f.c. training program
team spirit, friendship, excellence, elite player conduct, cooperation, effort, persistence and respect
This generation adidas international training experience enables young players to experience the passion and English style of play at a top professional English side – Fulham F.C.
The Fulham F.C. Academy is an important part of the club’s culture, with homegrown talent like Johnny Haynes, George Cohen, Paul Parker and Sean Davis rising through the ranks to first team status. Over 30 players have followed this trajectory, from Academy player to first team regular, since the 2011/12 season alone. The club’s dedication to developing young talent is shown in its recent renovation of the Motspur Park Training Ground for the Academy. Its focus is on individual development in a high performance environment, while also encouraging a supportive environment in which young players can thrive.
Founded in 1879, Fulham F.C. is the oldest established football team from London playing in the English football leagues. In 2010, they reached the final of the UEFA Europa League, losing only in extra time to the Spanish club Atlético de Madrid.
The Tottenham Hotspur Football Club Academy counts just over 200 players as part of its programming. Its self- proclaimed vision is ‘to be one of the world’s leading football clubs renowned for a strong association with its community and a long tradition of developing young talent that plays football the ‘Tottenham Hotspur’ way’. The values of the ‘Tottenham Hotspur Standard’ are team spirit, friendship, excellence, elite player conduct, cooperation, effort, persistence and respect.
Tottenham Hotspur F.C. has won a major trophy in each of the past six decades, a feat only accomplished by one other club – Manchester United. In 1963 Tottenham Hotspur F.C. became the first British club to win a UEFA club competition, the European Cup Winners’ Cup. One of its longest standing rivalries is with neighboring Arsenal F.C., and the two come head to head for what is referred to as the North London Derby.