Perform at St. George’s Park and the PFA are celebrating their highly successful Residential Rehabilitation Scheme. Over 750 PFA registered players have benefitted from the Perform at St George’s Park Residential Rehabilitation Scheme so far which is also open to the public – for more information on how you could benefit go to

The scheme has been funded by the PFA to help professional players, and ex-players recover from injuries within the world-class medical facilities available at Perform at England’s National Football Centre in Burton-on-Trent.

The facility has seen many players past and present pass through the doors including Swansea City’s, Neil Taylor and England Women’s World Cup star, Karen Carney. The facilities allow patients to access some of the best Physiotherapists, Medical Doctors and Sports Scientists the country has to offer. With the general public also able to utilise the scheme. 

Fresh Press Media were invited down to St Georges Park to find out more about the facility and speak to some of the people involved in the scheme. Editor Matt Lynch spoke to PFA Ambassador Fabrice Muamba about the scheme and how beneficial it is. Take a listen:

Coming up in part two is James Clark’s interview with PFA Deputy Chief Executive, John Bramhall for  about the PFA’s work with Perform at St Georges Park with their Residential Rehabilitation Scheme.