Bristol Rovers Women's FC have announced the dates for our upcoming 'Open Trials'.
The sessions are open for anyone to attend as long as they are 16+ from 1st September 2023 (Or turn 16 just after this date) and will take place at the £6m facility at Lockleaze Sports Centre, Bonnington Walk, BS7 9XF.
Sessions take place on;
Tuesday 20th June / 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Tuesday 27th June / 5:30pm - 7:00pm
*Players who are unable to attend these dates are urged to register anyway. We'll invite you to a session on a date that suits you.
How do the sessions work?
Once you have registered for a session, you will receive a confirmation email. Each participant is welcome to register for more than one 'Open Trial' if they wish. When you arrive at Lockleaze Sports Centre for your session, a member of staff will get you signed-in and will direct you to a changing room and then onto the pitch. When our fitness coach has completed your warm-up with the rest of the squads, you will be put into your groups to take part in a session followed by some small sided and/or a full size game.
What happens after the session?
If you have been successful, a member of the coaching staff will be in touch with you shortly after to invite you in for more sessions, leading into pre-season. At this stage we can chat about your plans for the new season. If you haven't been successful, we still welcome anyone to come along to sessions once the season begins as we strive to offer footballing opportunities for all within the community.
What do I need to bring?
A comfortable/suitable kit for training
Moulded boots (For a 4G surface)
A water bottle (A water tap is available on site)
What can the 'Gas Girls' offer me?
As an award winning community football club, we strive to bridge the gap between grassroots and professional football for women and girls in Bristol and the surrounding areas. We have an ambition to be the best we can be on and off the pitch! As a member of Bristol Rovers Women's FC, you will have access to;
Two training sessions per week
Sessions led by UEFA qualified coaches
FA qualified goalkeeper coaches
Access to a fully qualified personal trainer and fitness coach
Pre-Season and in-season fitness programmes
Match and training session analysis
Player development programmes
Professional media coverage & links with a professional EFL Club
A mental health first-aider
A training kit with the option to purchase more items on our online store
Opportunities to get involved with Bristol Rovers Community projects
Opportunity to train at The Memorial Stadium
By completing the registration form you agree to take responsibility of informing Bristol Rovers Community Trust of any relevant information relating to the participant including medical info, welfare issues etc.
The Trust cannot be held liable for any incident that falls outside of our duty of care. As with all activity there is some risk of injury but participants take part at their own risk.
The Trust does not take any responsibility for any items or valuables that are lost, damaged or stolen at our events. Participants bring such valuables at their own risk and have responsibility for their own belongings.
At all Bristol Rovers Community Trust events photograph and video images may well be taken by officially appointed personnel. These may then be used on the Trust or Clubs media outlets. If any participants do not consent for this to occur then they will need to contact the Trust prior to the sessions.
By completing this form you are agreeing to follow any procedures Bristol Rovers Community Trust have put in place regarding these sessions.