The Club!

by on Aug.13, 2015, under News

A few facts about the Club: –

We hold the highest FA Charter Standard – Community Club.
We are the current Staffordshire FA Community Club of the Year 2015 and have been County winners 5 other times across the last 12 years. We have been Regional winners twice in 2006 and 2011 and were the top club Nationally in 2011.

The Club is a Registered Charity.

The Club is holder of the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Services (equivalent of an MBE).

The Club is the largest club in Staffordshire – if not the West Midlands – with 57 teams this coming season. It is the biggest girls club in Staffordshire with 12 girls teams and 3 Ladies teams.

The boys section is a feeder club to Walsall FC.

Each coach is CRB checked and have a minimum of Level 1 badges, with many having Level 2 and UEFA B.

The club has its own goalkeeping centre – Wednesdays 6 til 7 at Cheslyn Hay Leisure centre astro turf.

We have 2 successful academies for boys and girls aged between 4 and 9, where we are creating 8 new teams for the coming season.

The club leads by example, setting up Walking Football, Ladies Veterans’ Squad, setting up FA Mash Up sessions, FA Skills coaching etc

The club has it’s own £1.3m ground and is looking at developing another site to improve facilities for all its players.

The club is always involved in the community, supporting local groups, RBL, charities such as Acorns and Compton Hospice and schools.

We are very proud of our history but we are always looking ahead.

Do you want to be part of this great club?
Have you got skills we can use?
Do you know any players who want a new challenge – we have a number of teams that need a couple of players to complete their squads.?
Do you want to play the game?

To express an interest – leave a message on here or contact Keith on 07836202764.

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