BDC becomes Young Lions

by on Mar.23, 2021, under Young Lions Wednesdays 21/22

We are delighted to advise that our Boys Development Centre for boys aged 5 and 6 has been rebranded to Young Lions, with immediate effect. The centre has Level 1 and 2 coaches and young volunteers creating fun sessions for our future team players. The Young Lions are looking for a business sponsor to help […]

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WYRLEY JUNIORS BOYS DEVELOPMENT CENTRE COACHING OPPORTUNITY (school year :- reception and year 1)

by on May.29, 2019, under Young Lions Wednesdays 21/22

The Boys Development Centre is looking for Volunteers to help coach the sessions that we run, we expect more boys to join us over the coming months. We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals who wish to give something back to the community, ex players and managers are more than welcome to come along, help […]

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Volunteers wanted please…

by on Sep.14, 2018, under Young Lions Wednesdays 21/22

The Club has a number of coaching opportunities available for enthusiastic individuals. 1. We have 2 U7s teams all ready to go – they need a guiding hand to take them forward. 2. We are setting up another Boys Development Centre for boys aged 7 to 9 without teams, where we will develop players as […]

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Players and teams wanted

by on May.12, 2018, under Girls' FA Weetabix Wildcats Centre Tuesdays 21/22, Players, Teams & Coaches Wanted, Young Lions Wednesdays 21/22

The club will be creating at least 5 new teams from its Girls Wildcats Centre and Boys Development Centre next season. We are looking for the following to help a to achieve this: – Boys and girls aged 6 to join our friendly, progressive, ambitious and extremely successful club. Managers and coaches – no experience […]

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