I am delighted to announce that YOUR

Club has been voted the Staffordshire FA Charter Standard Community Club of the Year 2009!


Because of our efforts in the following areas –

Community Coaching

Coach Development

Team Growth

Community support

Staffs FA Workshops support

Fun events such as abseil, Fun Day and Professional footballer coaching

Growth in girls football

Fund raising for Long Lane

Referee growth

the Club has been recognised for all the hard work 100 of our unsung volunteers give, week in – week out. To have the Community Charter Standard Award in itself meant a lot of work for the Club but to win the highest award a Club can achieve is tremendous news for us.

The Club has now won this award for the THIRD time since 2004. Please shout out loud about this award – well done everyone for your support to not only the BIGGEST but the BEST Club in Staffordshire! 

Not only did the Club win an award but one of our young Volunteers also won the Staffordshire FA Workforce Young Volunteer of the Year Family Plot movie download !!

STEVE FOSTER, aged 17, was given this prestigious award for his efforts  such as –

coaching 4, 5 and 6 year olds at our Saturday morning Academy

helping coach the Under 8s

taking on the management of a new Under 8s team.

This after joining WJFC as a 6 year old and playing for the Club from Under 7s to now playing for the Mens First Team. He shows great maturity far ahead of his age – well done Steve from all at Wyrley Juniors FC 

The Club has won 2 out of the possible 4 awards it could have won – what a team we have!

1 comment for this article:
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    Congratulations, it goes to show just how strong a club Wyrley are.

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