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Capital City Academy captures June Outstanding Facility Award

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Brent’s Capital City Academy has captured Playfinder’s June Outstanding Facility Award.

Footballers visiting Capital City Academy are fortunate to have the use of a state-of-the-art 4G surface through the funding support of the FA’s Football Foundation.

Capital City Academy Venue Award Presentation

Capital City work closely with the Football Association, Queen’s Park Rangers, Westminster Warriors and Brent schools football. The school has gone one step beyond to employ a Director of Football whose role is to increase opportunities for students through the sport. The facility provides rugby players with a full size pitch as well as a wide selection of tennis courts – all easily bookable online.

Capital City Academy often hosts prestigious events including the English Schools Trials Football for both Boys and Girls for the South England Region, NBA Community events and was honoured to host the launch of the 2014 Premier League.

June’s award, which is determined by Playfinder users, is based on pitch quality, venue amenities and customer experience.

Playfinder is a platform for sports players who want to find and book sports venues in the country. Users have the choice of over 9,000 of the best facilities around the UK for 19 featured sports. The service most recently launched in Brighton and will continue its expansion around the UK during 2019.

Jamie Foale, Co-Founder of Playfinder, commented: “Capital City Academy fully deserves to be recognised for its fantastic sports facilities and customer support. The Football Foundation’s support has helped install a pristine 4G football pitch to perfectly complement the rugby pitch and tennis courts. Well done to Antal and his team”.

Anthony Asztalos – Capital City Academy manager said: “We are delighted and proud to have been awarded. Thank you for Playfinder and the FA to deliver the best experience to the Local Clubs, Communities and enabling us to reach out for more enthusiastic players.”