Players wanted!

by on Sep.19, 2017, under Boys' Development Centre, Girls Under 13s Belles 17/18, Girls Under 18s Wanderers 17/18, Girls Under 8s Panthers 17/18, Girls Under 8s Pumas 17/18, Girls' Academy, Players & Teams Wanted, Wyrley Laners Ability Counts Open Age team 17/18, Wyrley Laners Ability Counts U16s team 17/18

To complete squads, we have the following teams looking for players for this season: – U8s Girls – school years 2 and 3 U13s Girls – schools years 7 and 8 U18s Girls – girls aged 15/16/17 U16s and Open Age Disability teams for those suffering from autism, Aspergers etc For more information – leave […]

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Club awarded an FA mini soccer centre for girls

by on Feb.23, 2017, under Girls Under 10s Wildcats 17/18, Girls Under 11s Lionesses 17/18, Girls Under 11s Panthers 17/18, Girls Under 11s Pumas 17/18, Girls Under 12s Pumas 17/18, Girls Under 12s Wildcats 17/18, Girls Under 8s Meerkats 17/18, Girls Under 8s Pumas 17/18, Girls Under 9s Sabrecats 17/18, Girls' Academy

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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Thank You FCL!!

by on Feb.09, 2017, under Boys' Development Centre, Girls Under 11s Pumas 17/18, Girls Under 8s Meerkats 17/18, Girls Under 8s Pumas 17/18, Under 8s Lions 17/18, Under 8s Panthers 17/18, Under 8s Pumas 17/18

The club receives tremendous support from our Boys Development Centre and Girls’ Academy sponsors FCL Global Limited. They have sponsored 7 new kits this season – the same as in the last 2 season too.   Many thanks FCL!!

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