The Club has again signed up to Football v Homophobia and has received 20 size 5 rainbow balls, as pictured below.
These will be used by 20 of our teams in one of their first matches back, when they will make a pledge, which could be to challenge any instances they see of homophobic behaviour or language they see or hear for example.
Proud to be Wyrley!
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