Team Showcase 32 – our Wellbeing Squad.

by on Mar.27, 2018, under Wyrley Wellbeing Team 17/18

We are delighted that 11 players turned up to our Wellbeing session last night. The sessions are for any player that wants to get fit, meet people or just have a kickabout in a friendly no-pressure atmosphere. They are our thirty second squad to be showcased on here. If you’d like to get involved – […]

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Football for All – more players wanted.

by on Mar.18, 2018, under Blind Team 17/18, Boys' Development Centre, Deaf Team17/18, Girls' Academy, Ladies Cougars Veterans, News, Veterans 17/18, Veterans PV 17/18, Wyrley Laners Ability Counts Open Age team 17/18, Wyrley Laners Ability Counts U16s team 17/18, Wyrley Mums Play Football Centre, Wyrley Wellbeing Team 17/18

The Club has the following in place : – A Boys Development Centre (for boys aged 4 to 6 starting their football journey) that was created 22 years ago. An FA SSE Wildcats Centre (formerly our Girls Academy for girls aged 4 to 6 who are new to the game) that was started 20 years […]

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Wellbeing Football Offer

by on Feb.21, 2018, under Wyrley Wellbeing Team 17/18

The club is setting up Wellbeing football sessions for adults – men and women – who would like to benefit from getting out of the house, reducing stress, lowering BP and cholesterol levels, lowering body weight, increasing self esteem etc. Come and have a kick about, get fit and meet new friends. All abilities welcome […]

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Wellbeing Sessions now available

by on Jan.31, 2018, under Wyrley Wellbeing Team 17/18

We are about to restart our Wellbeing sessions for any adult – male or female – looking to improve their physical and mental wellbeing in a relaxed and fun filled atmosphere. Full details on the poster below.

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