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Club providing free CPR training for its players.

by on Sep.17, 2019, under Community Work, Upcoming Events

The Club is again supporting World Restart A Heart Day by proving CPR training for our young people.   Training will be given at the clubhouse on October 16th by West Midlands Ambulance Service.   The evening will be organised as follows:   1800-1845 – Under 7s/Under 8s 1845-1930 – Under 9s/Under 10s 1930-2015 – […]

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U15s Belles Girls seeking players.

by on Sep.06, 2019, under Girls Under 15s Belles 19/20, Players & Teams Wanted

We need you help with this one please – please share, share, share. Our U15s Belles Girls are looking for committed, enthusiastic girls of any ability to complete their squad. Contact details on the flyer below or leave a a comment or message here.

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Goalkeeper Centre news

by on Sep.05, 2019, under Goalkeeper Centre 19/20

The Club has had a Goalkeeping Centre for nearly 10 years, catering for club and non-club keepers.   We cater for players aged 6 to 16 and sessions are based on technique and having fun. The Centre takes place Wednesdays, 6 til 7 at Cheslyn Hay Leisure Centre astro turf. Free first week and then […]

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Girls aged 16+ wanted for Soccer Mums Centres

by on Sep.03, 2019, under Wyrley Diamonds Soccer Mums Tuesdays 19/20, Wyrley Soccer Mums Thursdays 19/20

The Club is looking for ladies aged 16+ to join our growing numbers within our 2 Soccer Mums Centres. No experience needed! No GSCE in PE required! No professional footballer body required! No need to be a mum either! Just a desire to have fun, learn new skills and make friends. Opportunity to play matches […]

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