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The college also holds the prestigious title of ‘Football Focus College’ and is one of only 2 in Hampshire and approximately 16 across the country for its excellent football provision, with its focus being participation, but it offers a range of football opportunities for everyone both competitive and non-competitive throughout the year.

The college holds a sports awards evening every year to celebrate the success and achievements of players throughout the season.

The 2012/13 Winners were

Men’s Academy 1st Team

Most Improved – Lewis Parkinson

Players’ Player – Dan Alliston

Coaches’ Player – Jack Green


Men’s Academy 2nd Team

Most Improved – Ryan Hethershaw

Players’ Player – James Bowman

Coaches’ Player – Ngoni Madzimbamuto


Men’s Academy 3rd  Team

Most Improved – Joe Osborne

Players’ Player – Dan Framp

Coaches’ Player – Chris Murray


Women’s Academy Team

Most Improved – Kirtsy Griffiths

Players’ Player – Ingvild Helhesen

Coaches’ Player – Sian Wylie


The numbers of students who participated in football during the last academic year were as follows:

Football Academy Boys and Girls - Boys: 33 Girls: 17

Just Play - 40

Team 19 - 19 individual teams

Level 1 Coaching Award in Football - 15 completed

Football Futures - 9 students

3rd X1 Football Team - 20

Community Football Team - 40

Satellite club - 42

Student management team - 5            

Students involved in football at the college have also gone onto further their development in football after leaving the college.

Chloe Melton and Tamara Webb have accepted scholarship offers to America. Chloe will go to Minot State University in North Dakota and Tamara to Bellevue University, Nebraska. Chloe studied Extended Diploma in Sport & Exercise Science and achieved a D*DD and Tamara studied Btec Extended Diploma in Sport (Coaching & Development) and achieved a D*D*D*.

Corey Hicks who was a BTEC level 3 student in Sport has now gone onto study football studies at Solent University. He left the college with an Extended Diploma in Sport (Development & Coaching) and achieved a DDM.

Daniel Framp and Jason Williams have secured Football Coaching apprentiships with Pulse Premier Football. Dan left the college with an Extended Diploma in Sport (Development & Coaching) and achieved a DDM and Jason achieved an Extended Diploma in Sport (Development & Coaching) and achieved a DDM.

Andrew Bailey who is a student at the college was voted Basingstoke & Deane Junior Volunteer and Official Award for his commitment to Football Officiating. He also won a national football futures award from the F.A for his contribution in developing football and inspiring other leaders at the college.


Queen Mary's College

Phone: 01256 417 500
Email: David.Bourne@qmc.ac.uk