Players wanted!

by on Oct.30, 2018, under Girls U10s Lionesses 18/19, Girls Under 12s Lionesses 18/19, Girls Under 12s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 13s Wildcats 18/19, Girls Under 14s Belles 18/19, Girls Under 9s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 9s Pumas 18/19, Girls' Academy, Junior Player Coaching Centre, Ladies First Team, Players & Teams Wanted, Under 13s Phoenix 18/19, Under 14s Wanderers 18/19, Under 16s Panthers 18/19

The Club is looking for players at the following age groups: 1. Boys aged 6 to 8 to attend our Junior Player Coaching Centre, where we will create new teams for boys without teams. Set up only 3 weeks ago to create teams at U7s and U8s, we are confident we already have our first […]

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First Mural at Long Lane completed.

by on Aug.21, 2018, under Girls Under 13s Wildcats 18/19, Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT, Under 10s Avengers 18/19

A massive thank you to Lloyd James, manager of our U13s Girls Wildcats and U10s Boys Avengers for taking the FA SSE Wildcats session tonight. Even more thanks for him spending 8 hours today completing the superb mural below on the changing room corridor wall. Big thanks to daughter Liberty for her help too!!

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Grace and Millie sign for WBA!

by on Aug.06, 2018, under Girls Under 13s Wildcats 18/19, Girls Under 16s Meerkats 18/19

More success for the Club’s record of developing players!   Pictured below are sisters Grace and Millie Rogers who have both been signed by West Bromwich Albion Regional Talent Centre. Millie has signed for WBA U16s following her record breaking season last year with Wyrley Meerkats U15 where she scored 52 goals. Grace has signed […]

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