Teams update

by on Dec.15, 2021, under Girls U11s Wolverines 21/22, Girls U6s Wildcats 21/22, Girls U8s Roaring Lions 21/22, Girls U8s Wanderers 21/22, Girls U8s Wildcats 21/22, Under 7s Panthers 21/22, Under 8s New 21/22, Under 9s Ravens 21/22, Wyrley Allstars (Autistic team) 21/22, Young Lions Tuesdays 21/22

We are adding the following new teams and sessions to the website: – Girls U8s Roaring Lions Girls U8s Wanderers Girls U8s Wildcats U7s Panthers U8s Warriors U8s New U9s Ravens Young Lions Tuesdays Allstars Autistic Team A new team ready to go as U8s Wildcats next season – Girls U6s Wildcats We welcome all […]

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Wyrley Allstars Autistic team

by on Dec.13, 2021, under Wyrley Allstars (Autistic team) 21/22

Pictured below are Wryley U16 Allstars at their first games yesterday at Wolves Foundation Academy. They all played really well and all came off smiling. It was a tough competition as the other teams have been playing together for a while but they took it on and played as a team. We are very proud […]

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Lion Cubs postponed 27th November

by on Nov.26, 2021, under Wyrley Lion Cubs Sponsored by Mitie 21/22

Due to the poor weather forecast for tomorrow morning, we have cancelled our Lion Cubs sessions.

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2 good wins for Ladies

by on Jun.03, 2021, under Ladies Midweek league 21/22, Wyrley Diamonds Soccer Mums Tuesdays 21/22

A couple of great wins for two of our ladies teams tonight. Our Over 30s team beat Burton Albion Ladies 8- 0 to reach the County League Cup final later this month – opponents to be confirmed. Our Wyrley Diamonds Soccer Mums beat Stafford Panthers 2 -1 and are pictured below. They nominated their match […]

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