New Disability teams

by on Mar.15, 2023, under Wyrley Allstars (Autistic team) U12s 22/23, Wyrley Allstars (Autistic team) U16s 22/23

The club is hoping to have 4 autistic teams in place next season – a magnificent effort to get anyone who want to play the game playing! Lots of praise and thanks to Tracie Fairfax-Henry and Paul Wray for their tremendous efforts. We now really, really want to set up Down Syndrome teams. We potentially […]

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Teams update

by on Dec.15, 2021, under Girls Under 12s Tigresses 22/23, Girls Under 12s Wolverines 22/23, Girls Under 8s Thundercats 22/23, Girls Under 8s Wildcats 22/23, Girls Under 9s Roaring Lions 22/23, Girls Under 9s Wanderers 22/23, Under 10s Ravens 22/23, Under 8s Panthers 22/23, Under 9s Raptors 22/23, Wyrley Allstars (Autistic team) U16s 22/23, Young Lions Tuesdays 22/23

We are adding the following new teams and sessions to the website: – Girls U8s Roaring Lions Girls U8s Wanderers Girls U8s Wildcats Girls U11s Tigresses 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 […]

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Wyrley Allstars Autistic team

by on Dec.13, 2021, under Wyrley Allstars (Autistic team) U16s 22/23

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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Wyrley launch Autistic coaching.

by on May.24, 2021, under Community Work, Wyrley Allstars (Autistic team) U16s 22/23

Another very proud moment for the club tonight! We had our first of weekly sessions for footballers who just happen to be autistic tonight at our home ground. It was wonderful to enable 15 young people to play the game they love in a safe environment with coaches who are passionate about coaching autistic children. […]

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