Players wanted!

by on Jan.23, 2019, under Girls Under 14s Wildcats 19/20, Girls Under 15s Belles 19/20, Girls Under 8s Meerkats 19/20, Ladies First Team 19/20, Players & Teams Wanted

The Club has playing opportunities at the following age groups: – U13s Boys U15s Boys U16 Boys U7s Girls U13s Girls U14s Girls Ladies In addition we have a Soccer Mums Centre, Fridays 6 til 7 at Sneyd School for women aged 16+ who just want to have a kick-about, get fit and find new […]

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Players wanted!

by on Oct.30, 2018, under Girls Under 10s Panthers 19/20, Girls Under 11s Lionesses 19/20, Girls Under 12s Lionesses 18/19, Girls Under 12s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 14s Wildcats 19/20, Girls Under 15s Belles 19/20, Girls Under 9s Pumas 18/19, Girls' FA Wildcats Centre Tuesdays 19/20, Junior Player Development Centre 19/20, Ladies First Team 19/20, Players & Teams Wanted, Under 14s Phoenix 19/20, Under 15s Wanderers 19/20, Under 17s Panthers 19/20

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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Club Runners Up in 2 Grassroots Football Awards.

by on Oct.16, 2018, under Awards, Ladies First Team 19/20, Under 13s Vipers 19/20, Under 8s Vikings 19/20

The Club recently came runners-up in 2 Grassroots football awards held at Burton Albion’s ground. We were the only club nominated for 2 awards: – Respect Award – for our innovative video on ‘Why I play football’ and Project Award – for our Deaf Coaching Day. Pictured below, club players Seb and Spencer Thomas picking […]

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