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 ago.

A Goalkeeping Centre (for keepers of any club aged 5 and above) that was started 8 years ago.

14 girls teams and 3 ladies teams – the largest girls club in the country.

An FA Soccer Mums Centre (formerly our ladies veterans training for girls aged 16+ who want to play socially) where we were the first club in the Region to set this up 3 years ago.

FA Disability Hub status after setting 2 teams up 2 years ago and striving to work with hearing impaired and vision impaired players.

Wellbeing Football (for any adult that wants to get fit in a social atmosphere) that was set up a year ago.

2 men’s and 1 women’s Veterans teams that have been in place for 3 years.
As well as nearly 70 existing boys and girls teams!!

Wyrley Juniors – current National FA Community Club of the Year and the only club to win a national award twice!

If you know someone who would like to join a club that leads in creating initiatives to enable anyone of any ability to play the game, please leave a comment/message here or contact Keith on 07836202764.

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