The Birmingham Youth Sports Academy once again being invited to come and do a project with the champions Manchester united FC. On the 30th June 2013 the BYSA took 100 people to MUFC – old trafford experience package which was put together by MUFC and the bysa committee members. The event was a day to remember from start to finish
The Birmingham Youth Sports academy established in 2002 as a voluntary / charity organisation which provides sports and education to children aged 6-18. The academy on the 1st February 2013 celebrated their 10 years anniversary which was a big success and achievement in which our sponsor K Legal Solicitors hosted the event and gathered a number of professional sector people
An early start was called for, for the beginning of this year’s bi-annual BYSA outing, this outing saw us take the children on a stadium tour to the home of the present premier league champions Manchester city. This year we decided to focus on the younger members when planning our trip as we believed they deserved it for the progression they’ve
KICK OUT CRIME THROUGH SPORT / LIVE THE DREAM PROJECT – BYSA VISIT TO DERBY COUNTY FC – 2 MAY 2011 With funding from West Midlands Police Building Blocks Trust 100 kids from the BYSA project visited Derby County FC and challenged the West Midlands Police team to an 11 a side football match on the main pitch. BYSA kids
Birmingham Youth Sports Academy took 45 young people and 8 adults to Manchester United FC for a day out on Saturday 7th August 2010 to see the following: 1. Pre season first team training 2. Nike tournament finalists under 15’s (Spain v Mexico) 3. Live performance from Ollie Murrs (X Factor) 4. Live freestyle performances 5. Optional Stadium Tour/Fair Ground and
Birmingham Youth Sports Academy third project was to Spain on the 11/04/2010. Full action packed holiday including flights, accommodation, transfers, stadium tour of Nou Camp, live match, beach football, sightseeing and training session with FC Espanyol coaches. A total of 26 people took part in this trip for 5 nights and 6 days. The trip included: Sunday 11th – Own
Birmingham Youth Sports Academy second project was to Wembley Stadium on the 26/04/2009 for a stadium tour where 80 young people and 10 volunteer adults took part. Firstly, we meet at Small Heath leisure centre at 8am for registration. We then left at 8:30am for Wembley stadium stopping at a service station for refreshments and a snack. We arrived at
Birmingham Youth Sports Academy first project was to Manchester United on the 21/06/2008 for a stadium tour and a training session where 80 young people and 10 volunteer adults took part. Firstly, we met at Small Heath Leisure Centre at 8am for registration; we then left at 8:30am for Manchester United, got there for 10:15am and signed in at reception.