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England international coach U13s Panthers girls

by on Mar.08, 2018, under Girls Under 13s Panthers 17/18

The Club is a sister club to Birmingham City Ladies FC and our girls teams benefit from free coaching sessions with international players, tickets to games and tournaments. Last night our U13s Panthers girls were privileged to have England international Kerys Harrop carrying out a training session for them. Pictured below the girls in action […]

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Wildcats Girls! More wanted!

by on Mar.08, 2018, under Girls' Academy

Pictured below the latest crop of girls aged 4 to 6 starting their footballing journey at our FA Wildcats Centre on Tuesday night. The sessions are for girls aged 4 and above in a fun filled environment. We create teams for the girls aged 6 and above and already have a team ready to go […]

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2 FA Girls Wildcats Centres for the Club!!

by on Mar.04, 2018, under Girls' Academy

FANTASTIC NEWS – please share, share, share!! After the success of our first FA Wildcats Centre last year, where we got 40 girls aged 4 to 11 playing football for the first time, the club is delighted that has been selected by The FA to host 2 centres!! We have a 20 year history of […]

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Team Showcase 28 – U11s Vipers

by on Feb.26, 2018, under Under 11s Vipers 17/18

We are looking to showcase every team over the next weeks – please send in by message photos and some brief notes and we will publish. Twenty eighth up is our 11s Vipers, pictured below. Manager Darren Lowbridge says: ‘We began the season with seven players from last season and no recognised goal keeper. We […]

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