Football for girls aged 4 to 11.

by on Apr.19, 2018, under Girls' Academy

The Club has 2 FA SSE Wildcats Centres for girls aged 4 to 11. Tuesdays 6 til 7 at Sneyd School/Long Lane and Wednesdays 6 til 7 at Cheslyn Hay Primary School. The fun filled sessions are for girls starting out in the game and are carried out by Level 2 coaches. We create teams […]

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Walking Football relaunched!

by on Apr.08, 2018, under Walking Football 17/18

The Club has a new opportunity for the over 50s! We are delighted to announce the relaunch of our Walking Football offering! The new coach is Mark Smallman and he will be arranging training sessions very shortly. For more information, contact Mark on 07399497656. Please share with anyone you think will be interested.

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Team Showcase 33 – U9s Tigers

by on Mar.27, 2018, under Under 9s Tigers 17/18

We are looking to showcase every team over the next weeks – please send in by message photos and some brief notes and we will publish. Thirty third up is our U9s Tigers, pictured below. Manager Andy Clarke says “What can I say about these lot, a very proud coach with my 3rd season coaching […]

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Team Showcase 32 – our Wellbeing Squad.

by on Mar.27, 2018, under Wyrley Wellbeing Team 17/18

We are delighted that 11 players turned up to our Wellbeing session last night. The sessions are for any player that wants to get fit, meet people or just have a kickabout in a friendly no-pressure atmosphere. They are our thirty second squad to be showcased on here. If you’d like to get involved – […]

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