U11s Eagles give to Acorns and Manor Hospital

by on Jan.01, 2021, under Community Work, Under 11s Eagles 20/21

Our Under 11s eagles, pictured below, completed a socially distanced walk this week and raised over £1000 for Acorns Children’s Hospice and the chemotherapy ward at Walsall Manor Hospital. They are also pictured handing over their first cheque to Acorns. Super effort boys. Proud to be Wyrley! More than a football club!

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October Teams of the Month

by on Oct.28, 2019, under Girls Under 8s Wildcats 20/21, Teams of the Month, Under 11s Eagles 20/21, Under 18s Colts 19/20

After frenzied voting on the club Facebook Page, we are delighted to announce the winners of our Teams of the Month for October: – Girls section – U8s Wildcats Mini Soccer section – U10s Eagles 11 v 11 section – U18s Colts. Well done to each team!

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Welcome to all our new teams!!

by on Aug.26, 2019, under Boys Development Centre Tuesdays 19/20, Girls Under 8s Lionesses 20/21, Girls Under 8s Panthers 20/21, Girls Under 8s Phoenix 20/21, Girls Under 8s Wildcats 20/21, Ladies Veterans 20/21, Sunday Mens Team 20/21, Under 11s Eagles 20/21, Under 12s Allstars 20/21, Under 12s MJPL 20/21, Under 18s Colts 19/20, Under 21s 20/21, Under 8s Avengers 20/21, Under 8s Lions 20/21, Under 8s Tigers 20/21, Under 9s Wanderers 20/21, Wyrley Diamonds Soccer Mums Tuesdays 20/21, Wyrley Warriors Soccer Mums Thursdays 20/21

The club welcomes players, parents and coaches for the following new teams created for the 19/20 season: – Boys U7s Lions Boys U7s Tigers Boys U7s Avengers Boys U8s Wanderers Boys U10s Eagles Boys U11s MJPL Boys U11s Allstars Boys U18s Tigers Men U21s Men Sunday team Girls U8s Girls U8s Wildcats Girls U8s Lionesses […]

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