100 fish and chip suppers for New Year’s Eve.

by on Dec.14, 2021, under Community Work

We are again looking for 100 deserving local residents who would welcome a fish and chip supper on us on New Year Eve. We have 16 lined up already! These will be delivered at tea time by club volunteers straight from Bridgtown Chippy to front doors. Please nominate by commenting below or messaging us names […]

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Wyrley’s 2021 Poppy launched

by on Oct.14, 2021, under Community Work

The club has a proud history of supporting The Poppy Appeal and has raised over £15,000 through its stick on poppy initiative. Our 2021 design is pictured below and we have 3000 of them for our own teams and for other clubs who have kindly supported the cause over the years. All we ask for […]

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Wyrley launch Autistic coaching.

by on May.24, 2021, under Community Work, Wyrley Allstars (Autistic team) U16s 22/23

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 Community Work, Wyrley Allstars (Autistic team) U16s 22/23

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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