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We are pleased to report the following Club update as at the mid point in the 2010/11 season: –

– 45 teams now in place, providing football for nearly 700 players
– in our support of Staffs FA diversity policy we have created a Veterans team, 2 Under 8s Girls teams, become a Deaf Friendly club, have attended a Disabled Football Coach day and are supporting the Staffordshire Girls football Week
– we took 27 officials to Wembley in August as we celebrated awards in the Community Awards
– Our First team is at level 7 of the Football pyramid and our Ladies team at Level 5
– We have 5 teams top of their league with another 6 in the top 3
– Our Boys Academy has 44 boys out of over 50 members regularly attending Saturday morning sessions and we will have at least 3 new under 7s teams next season
– our Girls Academy has 12 girls playing and we will create at least 1 new under 10s team next season
– We have already had 1 team approach us to join us from another club next season
– our website has now had over 200,000 hits, 520 members and gets at least 1,000 hits EVERY day
– AND OF COURSE our £1.15m clubhouse at Long Lane is now being built!!!

Plans for the next few months include: –

– finishing touches to our 14th Annual Tournament, which is by far the biggest in the Area
– complete fund raising activities for Long Lane
– Create a Disabled Football Team to complete all offerings for footballers who want to play the game
– Our Goalkeeping Centre is to be launched very shortly

and of course TO COMPETE AND ENJOY!!

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