England trained at St George’s Park ahead of their UEFA Nations League semi-final match against the Netherlands in Portugal. The League Managers Association have committed to making the new centre their future headquarters.
Where do the England football team train?
St George’s Park
Where is St George’s Park where England train?
George’s Park, Newborough Road, Needwood, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE13 9PD. 40% of the UK’s population live within a two hour drive and it’s only 90 minutes by train from London. It’s easily accessible for international visitors too with its proximity to local airports.
Can you watch England train at St George’s Park?
The England Training Day offers fans a unique opportunity to experience what it’s like to be an England International for a day! Allowing unrivalled access to the FA’s state of the art training facilities at St. George’s Park, regarded as one of the world’s finest football training centres.
How much did St George’s Park cost?
Built in 2012 for £105m, the home of England football teams and FA Education.
Where do England women’s football team train?
St. George’s Park
Who plays football at St George’s Park?
George’s Park provides world-class facilities for the England teams ahead of international fixtures. St. George’s Park is also the home of FA Education and delivers all FA national coach education courses.
Can you visit St George’s Park?
Tours. Taking you on the journey of an England player you will see the world class facilities used by our national teams ahead of international fixtures. Due to the nature of being a fully operational and commercial venue all year round, each tour is bespoke.
What is St George’s Park?
St George’s Park (SGP) is the English Football Association’s national football centre (NFC) built on a 330-acre (130 ha) site at Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire. The centre was officially opened by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on 9 October 2012.
How do you get to St Georges Park?
George’s Park is easily accessible by car: A38 – 10 minutes. M6 TOLL Junction 4 – 20 minutes. Derby – 30 minutes.
Travel time from rail stations to St. George’s Park by car:
- Burton-upon-Trent – 16 minutes.
- Lichfield Trent – 24 minutes.
- Derby – 36 minutes.