Soccer Elite FA are delighted to confirm that from the start of this week (commencing Monday 30 January), all Medway-based SEFA Academy sessions will take place at Star Meadow Sports Complex.
Star Meadow Sports Complex has undergone extensive changes over the past four months under the stewardship of Invictus Sports Group (ISG), a company owned by Wayne Peirce, Rich Radbourne and Lee Spiller. Improvements have centred around the installation of a state-of-the-art, full size artificial surface, which has replaced the previous grass pitch on the site. Other changes include new spectator walkways and standing areas, while substantial improvements have been made across the board to the look and feel of the facility.
SEFA’s Academy lead Lee Juggins commented: “We are absolutely ecstatic to finally be able to move our Academy sessions to our home at Star Meadow.
“ISG have done an amazing job in developing the facility and it is now a truly outstanding place for players of all ages to come and develop their game.
“This is an absolutely huge moment in the history of our company, and is no doubt the beginning of an incredibly exciting era for SEFA and its players. We can not wait for our players to see their new home, and each and every one of them can look forward to making some amazing memories here.”
The following SEFA Academy sessions will move to Star Meadow with immediate effect:
• Wednesday: Development and Advanced Academy
• Friday: Elite Academy
With no more sessions taking place at the Bauvill Stadium, Soccer Elite FA would like to thank Chatham Town FC for their hospitality over the past few years. The club has moved forward massively during this time and we are sure this trend will continue. We wish all at CTFC the best moving forward.