1 Day, 28 Clubs, 60 Players

As you probably know, at Inter Sports Management, we are all about second chances.


We know how difficult it is for lower league players to get back into the game, re-ignite their passion and making a name for themselves. That's why we are hosting our very own Talent Identification Events, specially catered for players between 18 and 25 years old, so that they can have another opportunity to impress professional scouts and coaches.


In this edition of our blog, we highlight some of the biggest and most exciting clubs scouting our events, offering our players unique opportunities and pathways in their careers.


Rangers FC -


Arguably the biggest club at the April event, Rangers were one of the clubs to confirm their attendance fairly early on when our trial was first announced. The Scottish Premiership Champions of this season have won their domestic league a record 55 times, an incredible achievement regardless of which league or level you compete in.


Club Brugge -


A club which most people probably thought would never scout a trial event in London, Belgian top division front-runners and UEFA Champions League regulars Club Brugge were probably a surprise package club to many, but they have confirmed their attendance via a Football Scouts HQ livestream. Could you get a contract at this HUGE club and be apart of a Champions League setup? Apply for our events here.


Stoke City -


The Potters are a big club with rich history of being an established Premier League team up until their recent decline into the second tier of English Football. Even still, the Sky Bet Championship is a fantastic division that always proves to be unpredictable, fiery, passionate and extremely competitive. With Stoke sitting comfortably mid-table, they will be wanting to make a strong push for the play-offs next season with some new recruits, could you be one of them?


Stevenage FC -


One of many EFL sides we have scouting the event, Stevenage have been strugglers in League 2 for the past couple of seasons, but a resurgence in form in the last few months has seen The Boro move towards mid-table and well out of the relegation fight. Can they maintain this form and push on next season?