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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Club Safeguarding Week starts January 16th 2017

by on Dec.21, 2016, under Coaching Courses, FA Respect Campaign

With the well publicised abuse scandal hitting football at the elite level, the club is taking the lead locally and has organised a Safeguarding Week commencing 16 January 2107.   During this week we will have a club only Safeguarding Course at the clubhouse – date to be confirmed.This will be for managers who have […]

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Respect Weekend Press Release

by on Nov.27, 2016, under FA Respect Campaign

The 65 teams within Wyrley Juniors FC supported the Club’s Respect weekend to support The FA’s stance on improving behaviour in grassroots football. The initiative involved every player and many parents wearing club produced Respect wristbands; managers signing a Respect pledge and handing them to the referee and a club Respect pennant given to opposing […]

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Wyrley Respect Weekend November 26th & 27th

by on Oct.29, 2016, under FA Respect Campaign

The Club has organised its own Respect Weekend on November 26th and 27th. We are putting the following in place: – All teams will have a supply of unique Wyrley Respect wristbands – available at £1 each. The monies raised from the above will purchase Wyrley FA Respect pennants. These will be presented to every […]

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