Ahead of the 2020/21 season the Academy has seen over 24 players make their first team league debuts for the club, with 378 league appearances having been made by academy players since 2011.
The Academy prides itself on being a player-centred development programme which has a target to produce a first team year-on-year made up of 50% Academy graduates who carry the values of the Club.
Anthony Hartigan winning the 2018 LFE League One apprentice of the year award.
The Academy never stands still and we are always looking to improve our player development programme with the support of open minded, professional and driven members of staff.
Lead Academy Physical Performance Coach
The Academy is offering an exciting opportunity for a graduate physical performance coach / S&C coach / Sports Scientist to work with us.
Please see the job description and person specification for more information regarding the role:
To apply for the position please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form. A completed application form should be submitted by 2pm, Friday 13 November, Please clearly state in the subject line "Academy Lead Physical Performance Coach".
Glyn congratulates young Dons after cup glory20 November 2020
Glyn Hodges has sent a message of congratulations to our Under-18s and academy staff after they won silverware on Tuesday night.
Extra time for young Dons30 June 2020
Academy Manager Michael Hamilton has announced that David Fisher and Elliott Bolton have agreed short-term scholarship extensions.
Coaching opportunity with the Academy15 October 2019
The AFC Wimbledon Academy is seeking a physical performance coach to work across all our age groups.