The Club is delighted to announce that it will become one of the first 25 FA Community Hub Clubs nationally.

The new Community Hub clubs will have a wide range of services to the community in place, including pathway from youth to adult football; girls teams with a pathway to adults; disability teams and exhibit good governance on and off the field.
In addition clubs will have an FA mentor, a UEFA B Club mentor, development plans and facility development plans.
They will also receive dedicated support from FA Club consultants.
It is anticipated that they will be at the pinnacle of a new Charter Standard structure.

We are very excited to be chosen as one of the first 25 clubs nationally and look forward to developing the club for all of it’s members and the local community.

Very Proud to be Wyrley.

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