YORK City's Men's and Ladies' teams will combine to host a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) event this coming Friday, January 19.

The event is open to aspiring football coaches aged 16 and over, and will be located at the LNER Community Stadium, starting at 6pm.

Leading the event will be Ladies first-team manager and Girls Pathway Technical Director Stephen Turnbull, passing on her knowledge to those attending.

Joining Turnbull will be guest speaker and City's first-team coach Tony McMahon, who has experience of playing with the likes of Middlesbrough, Sheffield United and Bradford City in a established footballing career.

A carousel of workshops will also be delivered by McMahon, the staff of the Ladies team, David Stockdale, the Head of Recruitment and player at York, and Physical Performance Specialists.

The event will finish with a questions and answers session directed towards Turnbull and McMahon.

Tickets can be purchased here, and are priced at £20, which also includes access to the Minsterbelles' upcoming match against Doncaster Belles on Wednesday, March 13 (7.45pm) at the LNER Community Stadium.

The purpose of the event is to teach culture and environment in the professional game, the importance of culture and identity to improve performance in the female game, and how to incorporate strength and conditioning into your culture from grassroots to elite football.

The club said: "It's a fantastic opportunity to listen and learn from key people on the male and female game."