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Club ethos and role in the Community

by on Dec.11, 2008, under Community Work

The history of the club is detailed within other pages on this site. It has come a long way from the early 80s but the reasons for our existence have stayed with us and can be summarised as follows: –   We are a Registered Charity and our charitable aims are to provide football facilities […]

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Club Merchandise now available!

by on Dec.11, 2008, under Club Merchandise

The Club now has the following merchandise available: – Scarves – £5.50 each Beanie Hats – £5.50 each Ransom download Industrial Britain hd Baseball Caps – £5.50 each All items bear the club logo and are in the club colours. If you would like to purchase quality club items, please contact Martin Millard on 07736420009. […]

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Walsall FC link

by on Dec.11, 2008, under Walsall FC

In March 2005, the Club signed a formal agreement with Walsall FC, with both clubs benefitting from the following: – Wyrley Juniors FC will refer players with exceptional ability to Walsall FC Walsall FC will advise Wyrley Juniors FC when they are releasing players Wyrley Juniors FC will support Walsall FC social functions Walsall FC […]

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Mid Season Review December 2008

by on Dec.11, 2008, under Season Reviews

Another eventful start to the season! A quick summary of achievements so far: – 36 teams all up and running! The Club won the Regional Norwich Union ‘Join Our Team’ Vote for the West Midlands Region, receiving £13,500 towards the Long Lane Development Fund. We received much PR on the back of this including local […]

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