Our story so far...


Pro Elite Football Academy have been running since 2002, just under the name of Bush Hill Rangers F.C.

Bush Hill Rangers F.C. were founded as an under-12s team by Soner Mustafa in 2003. The club grew to incorporate youth teams for a number of age groups, winning 32 trophies in 7 years, including the prestigious London Cup. By 2011, the club's under-18s side were looking to progress onto adult football, and came to an agreement with Goffs Oak to become their reserve side, winning the Herts Senior Reserve League in their first season.

In June 2012, Goffs Oak and Bush Hill Rangers merged into one club, with the club taking the latter's name and remaining in the Herts Senior County League. In their first season, they competed in the FA Vase for the first time, losing to Cranfield United after a replay.

In 2014, an application to join the (Semi-Pro) Spartan South Midlands League was successful. The club competed in Division One, the 10th tier of English football, in the 2014-15 season.

In 2016, Pro Elite Football Academy was founded by Ali Mustafa, a long-serving player for Bush Hill Rangers. Ali wanted to keep the strong family values held by the club, whilst creating more opportunities for the younger generation. Watch the video above to get a taste of what the Academy specializes in.