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The club has the following coaching and playing opportunities for next season.

Coaches needed for: –

Boys Development Centre where we coach boys aged 4 to 6 and create new U7s teams.
U8s Girls – we have 3 teams ready to go and hope to create one more
U17s Girls – excellent team in place

Coaches interested in taking small groups of footballers forward with autism/ADHD etc; hearing impairment and vision impairment.

Players required for:-

FA Wildcats Centres for girls aged 4 to 7
U11s Boys – current school year 5
U11s Girls – current school year 4 and 5
U12s Boys – current school year 6

U13s Girls – current school year 6 and 7
U14s Boys – current school year 8
U14s Girls – current school years 7 and 8
U15s Girls – current school years 8 and 9 including a goalkeeper
U16s Girls – current school years 9 and 10
U17s Girls – current school years 10 and 11
U18s Girls – current school years 11 and 12

Girls/women aged 16+ for our Soccer Mums and Over 30s teams.

We are also looking to resurrect our Walking Football offerings for Men aged 50+ and also see if there is any interest for women aged 50+ too. Players and individuals happy to organise wanted.

In addition, we are looking for men aged 35+ who would be interested to represent the club in a Veterans League. A coach would also be required.

To express interest, please leave a message comment here or contact Keith on 07836202764.

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