Wyrley launch Autistic coaching.

by on May.24, 2021, under Autistic Coaching 20/21, Community Work

Another very proud moment for the club tonight! We had our first of weekly sessions for footballers who just happen to be autistic tonight at our home ground. It was wonderful to enable 15 young people to play the game they love in a safe environment with coaches who are passionate about coaching autistic children. […]

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Autistic sessions now available!

by on May.17, 2021, under Autistic Coaching 20/21, Community Work

We are really, really delighted to launch our football sessions for footballers who just happen to have autism! The sessions for boys and girls aged 8 to 12 and 13 to 16 will take place at our home ground in Long Lane WS6 6AT from Monday 24th May 6 til 7. Free the first week […]

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Youth Committee deliver Christmas hampers

by on Jan.01, 2021, under Community Work

We are really, really proud of this. With donations from our teams and followers, our Youth Committee created 34 hampers in their own time, made up of items that would cheer anyone up at Christmas and especially in these difficult times. They were then delivered to recipients in Great Wyrley, Cheslyn Hay and Essington, who […]

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U11s Eagles give to Acorns and Manor Hospital

by on Jan.01, 2021, under Community Work, Under 11s Eagles 20/21

Our Under 11s eagles, pictured below, completed a socially distanced walk this week and raised over £1000 for Acorns Children’s Hospice and the chemotherapy ward at Walsall Manor Hospital. They are also pictured handing over their first cheque to Acorns. Super effort boys. Proud to be Wyrley! More than a football club!

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