Power League Development Centre

Power League Development Centre


Welcome to Bradford City’s Power League Development Centre which is a new centre PLeagueopening for the 2015-16 season having previously been held at Thomas Danby. With excellent facilities and quality coaching the centre aims to produce players of the standard to progress onto the Elite Centre and/or academy.


Age Groups:

Lucozade Powerleague Leeds North
Limewood Approach
LS14 1NH
United Kingdom

5.00-6.00 pm for U7s-U8s
6.00-7.00 pm for U9s-U10s

Situated at the Lucozade Power League Leeds North Complex the centre has access to 2 5-aside and 2 7-aside 3g courts.

U7s-U10s – £5 per session

Ample parking is available at the Power League complex situated behind the building on arrival.

If you have any enquires please don’t hesitate to get in touch on the number below:

Peter Nicholson: 07525 454933


Power League Development Centre Coaches


Gavin Darbyshire


Development Centre Coordinator

Gavin has been involved with Bradford City for 10 years as a scout and development centre manager. In this time he has produced over 30 academy players with 2 going on to becoming full time players at the football club. With his knowledge and experience he provides an excellent opportunity for players to make the step up into the academy.

U7-10s Development Centre Coach

Matt is an ex academy player having spent 4 years in the clubs youth system. Currently working in primary schools throughout West Yorkshire for the past 4 years Matt has experience in working and development young players. In his second season coaching in the clubs Development Centres, he has a good knowledge on the standard required to become successful in the academy.

David Brown


U7-10s Development Centre Coach

David is an ex professional footballer having had spells with Leeds united, Nottingham Forest and Bradford City. He is an experienced coach having previously worked for Leeds United in their Development Centres and currently runs his own Coaching company working in primary schools in Leeds.

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