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Trade Access Panels Ltd sponsor U13s Swifts

by on Oct.19, 2018, under Under 13s Swifts 18/19

Our U13s Swifts have had an away kit donated by Trade Access Panels Limited.   The staff at Trade Access Panels Ltd are proud to sponsor this youth football team, to encourage youngsters to take up football and to learn team spirit, which will be an extremely useful tool for their future careers in later […]

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Wolves half term coaching

by on Oct.19, 2018, under Coaching Courses

The Club has a Partnership with Wolves Community Trust.   As a partner club they are offering their Soccer Schools for a reduced amount. Please see special pricing below.   Soccer School (school year 2 – 9) Based on a block booking of 10-16 for main 9am – 3pm Soccer School day at Foundation Indoor […]

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Birmingham Children’s Appeals

by on Oct.19, 2018, under Community Work

Birmingham Children’s Hospital Leukaemia Ward fundraising. You will know that the hospital does amazing work in treating young people. One of our ex-players – Lucas Tibbs – is currently undergoing treatment on the Leukaemia Ward. The club is again selling Christmas cards, as pictured below, at £3 for a pack of 10. We are to […]

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Club Runners Up in 2 Grassroots Football Awards.

by on Oct.16, 2018, under Awards, Ladies First Team, Under 12s Vipers 18/19, Under 7s Vikings 18/19

The Club recently came runners-up in 2 Grassroots football awards held at Burton Albion’s ground. We were the only club nominated for 2 awards: – Respect Award – for our innovative video on ‘Why I play football’ and Project Award – for our Deaf Coaching Day. Pictured below, club players Seb and Spencer Thomas picking […]

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