The website - launched at the start of the FA National Coaching Conference, England DNA: Connecting the Game – features a series of interviews with FA technical staff outlining the vision for future England teams and players and the importance of a coordinated coaching approach for all England age-group teams.
Matt Crocker, FA Head of Development Team Coaching, hopes the www.EnglandDNA.com website will help to strengthen relationships with all those involved in English player development at all levels of the game.
“One of the aims we set out at the start of the England DNA project was to be open with everyone in the game and provide an insight into our beliefs on young player development and how the England teams operate,” explained Crocker.
“We hope that by releasing detail of the DNA methodology through the www.EnglandDNA.com website it will continue the communication process and also play a key part in supporting the ongoing education of coaches who will be encouraged to use the site as part of their studies”.
Crocker added: “Coaches will be also encouraged to apply the ideas in their own context at the clubs they work at different levels of the game.”
The FA’s aim is that the England DNA will help to create a world-class culture of elite player development leading to success at senior level.
Practical examples of coaching sessions will be added to the site in 2016 so register on the website via email to receive updates & notifications.
To visit the website 'click' the following link - www.EnglandDNA.com