Main Club Awards presented.

by on Feb.20, 2018, under Awards, Girls Under 13s Belles 17/18, Hall of Fame, Ladies First Team, Under 10s All Stars 17/18, Under 10s Spartans 17/18, Under 13s Wanderers 17/18, Under 16s United 17/18

The Club presented its Annual Main Awards last night at the clubhouse. The awards are clubwide recognition for on the field team excellence; determination to continue through adversity; player excellence and going the extra mile to help the club. The 4 main winners were: – Ja Stoddart Memorial Clubperson of the Year – James Stanley […]

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Lily Simkin – capped by England.

by on Feb.15, 2018, under Hall of Fame

  The Club is very proud and extremely delighted that one of its ex-players was capped by England last night! Lily Simkin, who joined the club’s Girls Academy as a 5 year, progressed through a girls team and a boys team up to U12s, now plays for our sister club Birmingham City Ladies FC. Her […]

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2 new Hall of Fame members.

by on Jul.22, 2017, under Hall of Fame, Ladies First Team

After getting a Deaf GB cap against Poland yesterday, our Debbie Hibbett will become the 4th player to enter our Hall of Fame. Just days after announcing our 4th member of our very select Hall of Fame, we are delighted that we now have a 5th member!! Chloe Williams joined the club as a 7 […]

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Hall of Fame member Olivia Fergusson joins Bristol City Ladies

by on Feb.04, 2016, under Hall of Fame

The Club is delighted to congratulate ex-player and Club Hall of Fame member, Olivia Fergusson who has joined Bristol City Ladies from Aston Villa Ladies. The club wishes her every success in the new season.

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