The Club is looking for players and teams for next season.

We do not look at the ability of players or teams – our role is to ensure they enjoy playing the game in a fun filled and safe environment whilst being developed to their full potential.

The Club has the following in place: –

– FA National Community Club of the Year for the second time
– Charter Standard renewed and FA Healthcheck completed early
– Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (equivalent to an MBE)
– it’s own clubhouse and developing another site
– the largest female section in the country
– Staffordshire FA Disability hub status for South Staffordshire
– Nearly 70 teams and 900 players
– Nike Partner Club

For more information about the club and what it has to offer. leave a comment/message here or contact Keith on 07836202764.

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