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Late Birthday Project franchise
Late Birthday Project Want to join the most original football coaching programme in the UK? Own your own Late Birthday Project business, the UK’s fastest growing and most innovative coaching programme for children aged 5-14.

The Late Birthday Project (LBP) is an innovative and original football concept that counters the significant relative age effect in youth football, by offering a ground-breaking programme of professional academy coaching and opportunities to young footballers born between January and August only. LBP launched in 2016 and now has 10 centres across Surrey and Sussex. LBP is a proven, profitable and innovative business in an exciting multi-million pound industry. Our business model is simple and easy to use. Our training and support package is thorough and detailed while giving you the freedom to run your business in your own way, and really put your own stamp on it.

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The UK’s fastest growing and most innovative football coaching programme for children aged 5-14 is looking for franchisees.

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If you’ve got a passion for football and want to use it to inspire children, Late Birthday Project could be your next exciting business venture. The successful football coaching concept is officially offering part-time and full-time franchise opportunites.

With the backing of global sports brand Adidas, Late Birthday Project counters the significant relative age effect in youth football by providing an innovative programme of professional academy coaching to footballers born between January and August. Children can participate in a bespoke curriculum that is made up of high-quality training in a safe, pressure-free environment.

Since its launch back in 2016, it has expanded to 10 centres in the Surrey and Sussex areas. But it’s eager to increase its UK presence and on the lookout for ambitious franchisees to invest in its simple and easy-to-use model, and comprehensive training and support package.

It asks that franchisees have previous experience coaching children, as well as excellent communication skills. It’s also important to have a solid knowledge of football and some understanding of the developmental issues that children born in the second half of the academic year face.

In return for your investment, you will be provided with everything you need to run your own successful Late Birthday Project franchise. This includes an online booking system and support, brand profile and marketing, business advice, a franchise support manager and more.

Does this sound like the right investment choice for you? You can learn more about the football franchise opportunity by viewing its client page here.

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