What is the Friday Night Project?

The Friday Night Project is a development programme that consists of Friday Night Training sessions open to players outside and inside NAR F.C. Advanced coaches lead the sessions to develop groups of children at a similar level.

This program is designed to develop the players physically and mentally, testing their abilities and challenging them in weekly training sessions every Friday. Games against other academies/development teams around the area will also be played every third Friday.

 The lead coaches will put the children who attend into groups. This will allow them to develop their skill set further alongside players of the same ability. These sessions aim to build teams representing NAR on a Saturday in the MYSL (Manchester Youth Super League).

Rest assured, when it comes to inviting or grouping the children, we follow a flexible approach. Similar to a school model, we can move the children around as needed. This allows us to focus on each child’s stage of development, ensuring they get the most out of their journey with us. 


The FNP consist of:

Training every Friday from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm at Reaseheath College. 

Fixtures are every third Friday, and matches are played against other academies/development teams for our younger groups. U9 upwards will play in the MYSL.