First Deaf training session

by on Jan.16, 2018, under Deaf Team17/18, Ladies First Team

On December 1st the Club hosted hopefully the first of many Staffordshire Hearing Impaired youth clubs. The club organised crafting for boys and girls who wanted to make Christmas tree decorations and carried out football training for those who wanted to learn new skills. The Club’s very own Debbie Hibbett, Deaf GB international, took part […]

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Inclusion meeting tonight 8.00

by on Jan.08, 2018, under Blind Team 17/18, Deaf Team17/18, Ladies Cougars Veterans, Veterans 17/18, Veterans PV 17/18, Walking Football 17/18, Wyrley Laners Ability Counts Open Age team 17/18, Wyrley Laners Ability Counts U16s team 17/18, Wyrley Wellbeing Team 17/18

Our Inclusion Section meeting takes place tonight for anyone interested in: – getting involved with hearing impaired football; sight impaired football; over 55 walking football;  wellbeing football for adults; soccer mums football for any woman over 16 that just wants to play socially; disability football; Silent football for children with sensory overload; Walking football for […]

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Young footballers wanted

by on Jan.04, 2018, under Boys' Development Centre, Girls' Academy, Players & Teams Wanted

The Club has the following in place for boys and girls aged 4 to 6 looking to start playing football for the first time: – Our Boys Development Centre is held at Norton Canes High School sportshall every Wednesday 6 til 7. Contact Kate on 07715282559 for more information or leave a message/comment here. Our […]

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