Club passes Healthcheck and maintains Community Club status.

by on Jun.20, 2017, under News

The Club is delighted that it’s FA Community Club Charter Standard has been renewed for another 12 months. This is the highest level of FA Charter standard that a club can achieve. The Club has also passed the FA Healthcheck, which gives parents and guardians comfort that all our managers and coaches have up to […]

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Good people wanted!

by on Jun.15, 2017, under News

The club has a number of managerial roles for new and existing teams. The roles are for individuals who love to see children developing rather than winning; a desire to learn and who can bring enthusiasm to the team. We do not necessarily want people with qualifications – we will pay for and provide them […]

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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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