September 2023 - Capital City College Group
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CCCG unveils Team CCCG Sport to create a lasting legacy for future generations of students

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After a year of meticulous planning and designing an ambitious 5-year sport strategy, we are delighted to unveil a new ‘Team CCCG Sport’ brand. This occasion marks a significant milestone in the group’s journey to revolutionise sports education and create a lasting legacy for future generations.

The Team CCCG Sport strategy will provide aspiring athletes who join any of CCCG’s Sport Academies in Athletics, Basketball, Football, FUTSAL, E-Sports, or Netball with an extraordinary opportunity; learners who become a part of these academies will have the chance to pursue any full-time course tailored for 16-18-year-olds at any of CCCG’s colleges, including The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London, City and Islington College, and Westminster Kingsway College.

Jonathan Silman, the Head of Sport at CCCG, is elated to see This initiative come to fruition: ‘Our goal is to become the number one performing Sport College in London and rank among the top three in the entire country, competing in AOC leagues. With Team CCCG Sport, we are not only nurturing young talent but also providing them with a comprehensive educational experience.’

One of the defining features of Team CCCG Sport is its strategic partnerships with renowned institutions in the sports world. CCCG’s Basketball Academy, for instance, collaborates with the prestigious London School of Basketball, offering students unparalleled pathways into the world of basketball. Meanwhile, the Football Academy is partnered with Enfield Borough FC, creating pathways for aspiring footballers to reach semi-professional and even professional levels of the sport. Past learners and Sports Academies participants have secured sport scholarships in the UK and in the United States.

Silman shared his excitement for the future, stating: ‘I’m delighted to see that we are already on track to welcome over 250 learners into our academies within the first year of implementing the sport strategy. This demonstrates the tremendous appetite for sports education within our community.’

If you aspire to be a part of Team CCCG Sport and embark on an exciting journey in sports and education, applications can be submitted through the following link:

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