Community BTEC

BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport

Sport and leisure are one of the fastest-growing industries in England, the Foundation gives young people the opportunity to continue playing football while getting a wider understanding of sport and exercise science, and the great career opportunities the industry offers.

 

The programme is aimed at anyone who has the passion and desire to progress in both the sports and leisure industries and their academic studies. We want to identify students of outstanding ability and place them in an academic and practical programme that is designed to produce excellent and well-balanced young people.

 

We aim to provide a unique opportunity where our students will benefit from high-quality football coaching, representing Lincoln City in a national colleges league as well as a successful academic programme with vast opportunities for work placement within the Foundation and wider Club.

Why Join The Lincoln City Foundation Sport and Education Programme

 

  •  6 Hours of Coaching with expert coaches 

  • High-Standard game experiences

  • Compete weekly against other clubs in competitive league competitions 

  • Play in the Lincoln City official home and away kits 

  • Compete and train at leading football facilities across the UK 

  • Study alongside your football and gain your qualifications 

Click on the tabs below to find out more about studying with us.

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Year 13, BTEC Extended Diploma in Sport student Sophie, secured a scholarship to Allen Community College, In America

America’s Community College is much like England’s University so Sophie will head out to study Psychology in the USA, on completion of her BTEC Level 3 Sports course with the Lincoln City Foundation.

“My dream since I can remember was to play football in America, (mainly inspired by bend it like Beckham), so when the opportunity came around to trial for scholarships, I was eager to go. This gives me a chance to test myself against some of the best athletes in the world.

I've had to overcome meningitis, injuries and negative self-talk to get me where I am today, but it’s all been worth the hard work because ‘hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard’. With thanks to my amazing tutors and my academy coach”

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