New players and teams wanted

by on May.26, 2017, under Girls Under 11s Wildcats 16/17, Girls Under 12s Belles 16/17, Girls Under 16s Wanderers 16/17, Girls Under 8s Meerkats 16/17, Ladies Reserves, Players & Teams Wanted

We have established teams looking to add to their squad for the 17/18 season and opportunity for 2 new teams.   U8s Meerkats girls looking for existing Y2 girls – contact Katie on 07919892264 U11s Wildcats girls looking for existing Y5 & Y6 girls – contact Lloyd on 07971640484 U12s Belles girls looking for existing […]

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Club appears in FA Gameplan for Growth Document!

by on Mar.16, 2017, under Girls Under 11s Wildcats 16/17, Girls' Academy - sponsored by FCL Global

The FA announced it’s Gameplan for Growth of the female game on Monday. Fantastic to see that a picture of Lloyd James, manager of our Under 11s Wildacts, and a couple of players appears in it. Great recognition for our 17 years of creating girls teams!!

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Club awarded an FA mini soccer centre for girls

by on Feb.23, 2017, under Girls Under 10s Lionesses 16/17, Girls Under 10s Panthers 16/17, Girls Under 10s Pumas 16/17, Girls Under 10s Wildcats 16/17, Girls Under 11s Pumas 16/17, Girls Under 11s Wildcats 16/17, Girls Under 8s Meerkats 16/17, Girls Under 8s Pumas 16/17, Girls Under 8s Sabrecats 16/17, Girls' Academy - sponsored by FCL Global

The Club has been chosen by The FA as one of its FA minisoccer centres for girls aged 5 to 10. The centre will aim to atract at least 30 girls who currently do not play in teams, in a friendly, fun filled atmosphere. The centre will have 2 Level 2 coaches from within the […]

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