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Academy extends its stay at Borderville

A Stamford based football academy has agreed an extension to stay in the town for another six years.

The FCV International Football Academy has reached an agreement with Stamford Association Football Club to use the Borderville Sports Complex, thus creating even more opportunities to help develop and train aspiring footballers from all over the globe.

Graham Starmer, FCV International Academy managing director, said: "This is a significant step for us which enables us to expand further.

"In the past 12 months we have seen record numbers attend our various football programmes and this new agreement allows this growth to continue.
"Stamford AFC have been a very supportive partner since we re-located the academy to Stamford in 2015 and Borderville continues to offer our players the excellent facilities they need to develop."
David Whitby, chairman of Stamford AFC, said: "We are pleased that FCV Academy have extended their partnership for another six years. We are certain it will be a great success."

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