At NWR Hygiene we are very proud to be sponsoring Newcastle Elite Academy.
NEA provides a safe environment for children to lead healthier lifestyles while learning new skills and engaging with other children in the local community.
The academy provides youngsters with the foundation to build a career in football at an elite level, through grassroots football training delivered by UEFA-qualified coaches in high-quality structured programmes.
It is dedicated to developing budding football players both mentally and physically, as they take the next steps on their footballing journeys.
NWR Hygiene is sponsoring Newcastle Elite Academy’s new Junior Elite Team and Football Education Programme and supporting them in their upcoming projects. Additionally, we have provided training kits for the Football Education Programme coaching staff.
The Football Education Programme is a full-time training programme delivered within an elite environment to provide the opportunity for a pathway leading to professional or semi-professional opportunities and scholarships in the UK and USA.
Louis from Newcastle Elite Academy is grateful for the support we have provided. He said, “NWR Hygiene has supported the academy from the get-go. What’s special about the sponsorship is that Chris and the wider NWR family have an alignment with our ethos and vision in the development of skills for young footballers in the region, but more importantly the learning of healthy lifestyles and habits for the next generation of youth.”
He went on to give a special mention to our Managing Director, Chris Lowery. “Chris has experienced first-hand how we deliver our programmes and guide the growth of the young people we engage with as people and young football players. NWR Hygiene Group has supported the academy through various means, with time, guidance and resources, and for that, we are forever grateful. We look forward to many more years of collaboration to shape the growth of positive and healthy young people as well as developing their talent and passion into opportunities in adult life.”
Chris Lowery responded, “NWR has been supporting Newcastle Elite Academy for several years now. As a business owner and a father, I want more children out playing football, getting exercise, and mixing with other kids, rather than watching TV and playing on gaming consoles. I strongly feel that social interaction helps kids make friends and promotes great discipline and good team spirit. It also keeps them fit, which is really key and the infrastructure they have at Newcastle Elite Academy is great!”
You can find out more about the academy’s Football Education Programme here.