Goalkeeping Conference 2018


1 day


15th April 2018

Enrolment deadline:

11th April 2018


St. George's Park


Kimberley Jardine



Guest speakers and programme:

On Sunday 15 April 2018, The FA Goalkeeping Conference will return to St. George's Park.

We'll be hearing from some of the biggest names from the grassroots and professional game, amongst them will be Eric Steele. The former Manchester United first team goalkeeping coach is widely regarded as one of the top coaches in the game and has a vast array of experience coaching some of the world's greatest keepers.

He will be talking about his day-to-day work with the likes of Peter Schmeichel, David de Gea and Edwin van der Sar, and linking this to how he managed their differences within the Four Corner model.

He will also be joined by more top names, details of which can be found below, while the full programme can also be viewed.

View the full line-up here

Levels applicable

Level 1-5

Hours accredited:

6 hours

Dress code:

Standard dress code at the conference is casual. 

Physical requirements:

If a coach has a disability this should be made known to the conference organiser at the point of registration. The conference organiser will then take any necessary steps to cater for these requirements to ensure all attendees are fully included throughout.

Practical participation will not be required throughout the conference.

Please be aware that filming and photography of our courses and/or learners may take place as part of the course delivery. Such filming and/or photography may be used for the following purposes:

(i) to assist coaches at the club with their professional development;
(ii) for wider coach education purpose; and

(iii) for promotional purposes such as online advertising campaigns of our courses. We might also share this footage or photos with local and national media.


Please enrol below by entering your FA Number (FAN) and password below. Your place on the course will not be guaranteed until payment has been made. 


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