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Football for girls aged 4 to 11.

by on Apr.19, 2018, under Girls' Academy

The Club has 2 FA SSE Wildcats Centres for girls aged 4 to 11. Tuesdays 6 til 7 at Sneyd School/Long Lane and Wednesdays 6 til 7 at Cheslyn Hay Primary School. The fun filled sessions are for girls starting out in the game and are carried out by Level 2 coaches. We create teams […]

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Walking Football relaunched!

by on Apr.08, 2018, under Walking Football 17/18

The Club has a new opportunity for the over 50s! We are delighted to announce the relaunch of our Walking Football offering! The new coach is Mark Smallman and he will be arranging training sessions very shortly. For more information, contact Mark on 07399497656. Please share with anyone you think will be interested.

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Why I play football.

by on Mar.28, 2018, under FA Respect Campaign

The Club is always seeking to ensure that we understand why our 900 players enjoy playing football. Is it about winning, having fun, scoring, learning new skills, pleasing parents or to make friends? With this in mind, we tasked 8 of our young players with an exercise to tell us why they love the game. […]

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Teams and players wanted.

by on Mar.27, 2018, under Players & Teams Wanted

The Club is looking for players and teams for next season. We do not look at the ability of players or teams – our role is to ensure they enjoy playing the game in a fun filled and safe environment whilst being developed to their full potential. The Club has the following in place: – […]

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