Birmingham City Ladies FC Sister Club Tournament Success!

by on Jul.21, 2016, under Girls Under 11s Wildcats 18/19, Girls Under 13s Panthers 16/17, Girls Under 16s Meerkats 18/19

The Club is one of a few select clubs that are sister clubs to Birmingham City Ladies FC. As part pf the partnership the club was invited to send teams to BCLFC’s sister club tournament last weekend. Our U8s Wildcats , U12s Panthers and U13s Meerkats attended, with the Panthers winning their age group.

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Birmingham City Ladies – Sister Club benefits.

by on Jun.01, 2016, under Girls Under 10s Sabrecats 18/19, Girls Under 11s Wildcats 18/19, Girls Under 12s Lionesses 18/19, Girls Under 12s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 12s Pumas 18/19, Girls Under 13s Panthers 16/17, Girls Under 13s Pumas 18/19, Girls Under 13s Wildcats 18/19, Girls Under 14s Belles 18/19, Girls Under 14s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 16s Meerkats 18/19, Girls Under 18s Wanderers 18/19, Girls Under 9s Meerkats 18/19, Girls Under 9s Pumas 18/19, Girls' Academy, Ladies Cougars Veterans, Ladies First Team, Ladies Reserves

The Club is an Official Sister Club of Birmingham City Ladies FC. One of the benefits is free tickets for children to attend their home games, with adults accompanying children at £6 each. Ideally our team players will take advantage of this great offer. We have tickets for their games against: – Arsenal 29th June […]

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FA Girls’ Football Week – latest news…

by on Apr.27, 2016, under Girls Under 10s Sabrecats 18/19, Girls Under 11s Wildcats 18/19, Girls Under 12s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 16s Meerkats 18/19, Girls' Academy, News

The latest Club initiative to support The FA Girls Football Week took place tonight at the clubhouse. Local Author (and Chasetown FC archivist) Paul Mullins wrote Leah and the Football Dragons over ten years ago, but it was only 2014 when it went to print. It was written to highlight the difficulties some girls had […]

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