U12s Wildcats Girls looking for players.

by on Jun.04, 2018, under Girls Under 13s Wildcats 18/19, Players & Teams Wanted

Wyrley Wildcats U12s moving to U13s We play for Wyrley Juniors (2nd time winners of UK community club of the year.) Based in the Walsall area. We are now going to be approaching our 4th season as a team. We need player’s currently in year 7 or year 6. All our players have been guaranteed […]

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Club keeper on FA poster

by on Mar.11, 2018, under Girls Under 13s Wildcats 18/19

Some more great recognition for the club and one of our players.   The FA have a poster – shown below – at St George’s Park, detailing how important to a team the goalkeeper is. The keep in the orange is Taylor Homer of our U12s Wildcats and a very improving keeper at our goalkeeper’s […]

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Team Showcase 2 – Girls U12s Wildcats

by on Feb.02, 2018, under Girls Under 13s Wildcats 18/19

Wildcats are managed by Lloyd James, who is close to completing his Level 2 and a Level 1 assistant. They develop girls and have never turned anyone away based on ability, with every player playing at least half a game. The players all enjoy playing and training and all get along and learn new things […]

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Club Supports Girls Football Week

by on Jul.27, 2017, under Girls Under 12s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 12s Pumas 18/19, Girls Under 13s Wildcats 18/19, Girls Under 14s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 16s Meerkats 18/19, Ladies First Team, Ladies Reserves, Players & Teams Wanted

The Club has a strong tradition of fully supporting Girls Football Week. So far we have coached girls at 2 Primary Schools and Gt Wyrley High School and Organised Bring a Friend sessions with at least 6 new girls taking part. Tonight we held a ‘Train with the First Team’ session with 11 girls from […]

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