Team Showcase 27 – U11s Panthers Girls

by on Feb.19, 2018, under Girls Under 12s Panthers 18/19

We are looking to showcase every team over the next weeks – please send in by message photos and some brief notes and we will publish. Twenty seventh up is our 11s Panthers Girls, pictured below with managers Derek Cox and Ryan Cox. Derek says “these fantastic girls are much improved from last season – […]

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Club Supports Girls Football Week

by on Jul.27, 2017, under Girls Under 12s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 16s Pumas 22/23, Girls Under 18s Meerkats 20/21, Girls Under 18s Panthers 22/23, Girls Under 18s Wildcats 22/23, Ladies First Team 22/23, Ladies Pumas 20/21, Players, Teams & Coaches Wanted

The Club has a strong tradition of fully supporting Girls Football Week. So far we have coached girls at 2 Primary Schools and Gt Wyrley High School and Organised Bring a Friend sessions with at least 6 new girls taking part. Tonight we held a ‘Train with the First Team’ session with 11 girls from […]

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Club awarded an FA mini soccer centre for girls

by on Feb.23, 2017, under Girls Under 11s Meerkats 20/21, Girls Under 12s Lionesses 18/19, Girls Under 12s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 14s Sabrecats 22/23, Girls Under 15s Wildcats 22/23, Girls Under 16s Pumas 21/22, Girls Under 16s Pumas 22/23, Girls Under 18s Wildcats 22/23, Girls Under 9s Pumas 18/19, Girls' FA Weetabix Wildcats Centre Tuesdays 22/23

The Club has been chosen by The FA as one of its FA minisoccer centres for girls aged 5 to 10. The centre will aim to atract at least 30 girls who currently do not play in teams, in a friendly, fun filled atmosphere. The centre will have 2 Level 2 coaches from within the […]

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