The year has been another fantastic one for the club, with the following key moments: –
– 42 teams in place
– Staffordshire FA award the club the Community Club of the Year (for the 5th time in 10 years)
– The Club is awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (equivalent to the MBE)
– The Club comes second in Lloyds Bank Community Vote in South Staffordshire and wins £3000
– Nike ask the club to be one of only 125 Nike Clubs in the UK
– football played for the first time on pitches at Long Lane
– 600 players playing football in a safe environment

Plans for 2014 include: –
– more teams
– movement towards developing Harrisons ground
– completion of the remaining pitch works at Long Lane
– development of our coaches
– improved communication with a bi-monthy newsletter

We are looking for players, teams and enthusiastic volunteers to continue to make your club the best that it can do.

Thanks go to everyone who has done there bit to help during 2013.

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