IFA Students graduate from Loughborough University

Graduates from the International Futsal Academy on Wednesday 9th September celebrated their graduation from Loughborough University following successfully gaining degrees within their chosen subjects of Higher Education academic study.

Former IFA Players including Russell Goldstein, Joe Dyer, James Webb, Daniel Edwards, Tom O’Sullivan joined current IFA players Connor Parker and Mark Croft to celebrate gaining Foundation Degrees, BSC (Hons) and BA (Hons) from Loughborough University with friends and family at Loughborough Town Hall.

With accolades that include being selected for the England Futsal Senior Squad, England Futsal Development Squad, Wales Futsal National Squad, British University and Colleges Sport Championship Winners, FA Cup Finalists and FA National Futsal League Grand Finalists, the International Futsal Academy graduates possess an impressive set of accomplishments.

The IFA Graduates have now left Loughborough to pursue a range of careers and professions including secondary school teaching, playing Futsal in Spain, Head Coach of Futsal at a professional football club in England and many more.

On behalf of everyone at the International Futsal Academy we wish to congratulate all the players on earning their qualifications and gaining success post university. We wish all players luck in their future ambitions.

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