Birmingham Youth Sports Academy celebrating 17 years of voluntary contribution to community sports but it don’t stop there 2019 End of Seasons Awards Dinner was held at Tipu Sultan, Birmingham were over 200 people attended the awards dinner with the current team players boys/girls, parents, ambassadors, sponsors to celebrate the 2018/2019 season. The BYSA had the following ages to award
Gala Dinner celebrates a fantastic year for Birmingham Charity Birmingham, 21st June 2019 Friday night saw Birmingham Youth Sports Academy (BYSA) round off an amazing year with a fabulous Gala Dinner held at Aston Villa FC’s Holte Suite. The evening highlighted the important work they are doing in the community, working with young people to create a better Birmingham.
Mead, Bronze and Daly are some of the names on the score sheet from Englands last international match. If you were expecting Kane, Rashford or Sterling, don’t worry, this was the England Women’s team. This weekend BYSA took its Girls Academy members to National Football Center, St Georges Park, giving them the chance to get the professional footballer experience.
As an organisation Birmingham Youth Sports Academy (BYSA) have been on a Mission since 2002 to positivity influence the lives of young people through positive role models. We want to contribute to the future success of the City of Birmingham by getting young people to better integrate into society. Whilst we have focussed on football so far, we realise that
Birmingham youth sports academy (BYSA) had the opportunity from the 13/12/18 to 17/12/18 to take the kids of the academy to Real Madrid for a fun, action packed, educational and experience of a life time. This is the second time that the Bysa have been on tour some years ago we went to Barcelona but the Real Madrid experience is
BYSA once again this year the work has been acknowledge not only by the Queen but now by the Birmingham County FA who held a grassroot football awards event at Birminghm City FC on the 16th July 2018, to celebrate a number of categories/awards at Grassroot level. This was put together by the BCFA in rewarding the groups that help
Birmingham Youth Sports Academy celebrating 16 years of voluntary contribution to community sports but it don’t stop there 2018 end of seasons awards dinner was held at Ziryabs Buffet in Alum Rock, Birmingham were over 250 people attended the awards dinner with the current team players and their parents to celebrate the season. The BYSA has the following ages to
Birmingham Youth Sports Academy celebrating 15 years of voluntary contribution to community sports but it don’t stop there 2017 end of seasons awards dinner was help at Ziryabs Buffet in Alum Rock, Birmingham were over 200 people attended the awards dinner with the current team players and their parents. The BYSA has the following ages to award at the event
BYSA end the year with a fun action packed match day package with The Albion Foundation at West Bromwich Albion FC on News Years Eve. The Project consist of 80 boys and 40 girls taking part along with the volunteers and sponsors attending to see the great work that BYSA do for the community, in total 150 took part in
Birmingham Lord Mayor attended the Birmingham Youth Sports Academy (BYSA) project the boys and girls project over the weekend at Small Heath Wellbeing Centre Saturday morning the boys football which had over 150 plus kids in attendance ages from 7-16 playing football indoor and outdoor by our volunteers who are all FA qualified and DBS checked. The Lord Mayor was impressed of what