Teams for players with mental health difficulties.

by on Feb.16, 2017, under News

The Club is proud to have 2 disability teams and is in talks to establish deaf and blind teams – football for all is our philosophy, If there is a demand we feel we ought to establish a team specifically for those with mental health difficulties. This may cover a variety of illnesses such as […]

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Blind Team news….

by on Feb.07, 2017, under News

The Club had a really humbling and inspiring meeting with The Beacon Centre for the Blind in Wolverhampron today. The work that the staff and a huge army of volunteers do to get partially sighted and blind people out into the community is wonderful – count your blessings! The reason for the meeting is that […]

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Happy Christmas everyone…

by on Dec.23, 2016, under News

A Happy and Peaceful Christmas to all our players, families, managers, coaches, volunteers and friends of the Club.  

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Wyrley Respect Weekend – this weekend!!

by on Nov.24, 2016, under News

The Club is carrying out an initiative this weekend to support the FA Respect Campaign. All our teams will be involved, which will: – – have the captain present a Wyrley Respect pennant to the opposing captain before the game – have the team manager sign a Respect pledge and give it to the referee […]

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