Out of 84 players who have attended the V9 Academy, 23 of them have gone on to sign for professional league football clubs.
From season one Danny Newton went from National League North Tamworth to League two Stevenage. In an incredible first year Danny was Stevenage’s top scorer as well as scooping up several player of the year awards.
Alex Penny joined League One side Peterborough United shortly after attending V9 2017 and his team were drawn in the FA Cup to meet Jamie's Leicester City.
Mickel Miller who signed for Scottish Premiership side Hamilton Academical before being transferred to Rotherham United in the EFL Championship.
From the 2018 season of V9, Josh Heaton moved from national League North team Darlington to Scottish Premiership side St.Mirren for a reported £75,000.
At the time, 17 year old Sam went from playing for Herne Bay in the Isthmian League South Division to signing for Coventry City in the EFL League One before being transferred to then Premier League Norwich City for a multi-million pound fee.
Andy Dales who signed for then League One side Scunthorpe United after impressing at V9 2018
Jordan Tunnicliffe attended V9 2017 and has gone on to play for Crawley Town in the EFL League Two
David Carson is now representing Scottish Championship side Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Ricky Korboa finally achieved his dream of being a professional player when he signed for Northampton Town in League One
Lamar Reynolds was one of the first V9 players to be signed up to a professional club when he was snapped up by League Two side Newport County
Ashley Nathaniel George was quickly signed up by Crawley Town after his experience on V9 and is now plying his trade for League Two side Southend United
Blair Turgott joined Danny Newton at Stevenage in 2017 but is now playing abroad at Grahma Potter's ex-club Ostersunds in Sweden
2018 graduate Nortei Nortey has since joined Scottish Championship side Queen of the South
Talented Frenchman Elton Ngwatala played in the Scottish Premiership for Dundee
Ben Stephens went from V9 2018 straight into League Two football with Macclesfield Town
Ryan Pryce was the first V9 graduate to sign for a Premier League club when he joined Cardiff City straight from V9 2018
Inih Effiong has joined another V9 graduate, Danny Newton, at League Two side Stevenage
Joan Luque had a season with Lincoln City in League Two shortly after his attendance on V9 2018
Morgan Williams joined fellow V9 2018 graduate Sam McCallum at Coventry City
Cody Cooke was signed by Scottish Premiership side St.Mirren
Elliott Durrell signed for League Two side Macclesfield
Joe Ironside now plays for League Two side Cambridge United
Zaine is a graduate of V9 2017 who went on to represent Accrington Stanley in League One.
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