Club supports Football v Homophobia

by on Feb.14, 2021, under News

The Club has again signed up to Football v Homophobia and has received 20 size 5 rainbow balls, as pictured below. These will be used by 20 of our teams in one of their first matches back, when they will make a pledge, which could be to challenge any instances they see of homophobic behaviour […]

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Kick it Out Charter status!

by on Jan.25, 2021, under News

The Club is delighted that we are now a Kick It Out Chartered Club! Kick It Out is English football’s equality and inclusion organisation. Working throughout the football, educational and community sectors to challenge discrimination, encourage inclusive practices and campaign for positive change, Kick It Out is at the heart of the fight against discrimination […]

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Reminder what motivates young people to play

by on Jan.16, 2021, under News

This video of some of our players reminds us of the benefits young people get from playing football AND, more importantly, their motivation for playing. Once we get back up an running – and we will – it’s worth remembering. https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DD5N1DNqvXNI%26fbclid%3DIwAR2B0I44QYzX2fYrtNB5sI-GYT5VuhqRVYQBbxKpCDmr0QY121vAR1Soh7s&h=AT3m5wnD6NABzSV0sQr5FZNMOrx3Xbk2kv7rV3jhcU8PG_eZtphZwi1SVkGnq24KvuzTSR9mbFiZTEWCgUAj3spoZTJNK

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Happy New Year!

by on Jan.01, 2021, under News

The Club wishes all its players and families, coaches and managers, followers and friends, sponsors and everyone in our very supportive local community a successful and hopefully healthy New Year. It goes without saying, that if anyone needs help in these difficult times, we are here to step in. Just message us and we will […]

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