The Club has been chosen by The FA as one of its FA minisoccer centres for girls aged 5 to 10.
The centre will aim to atract at least 30 girls who currently do not play in teams, in a friendly, fun filled atmosphere.
The centre will have 2 Level 2 coaches from within the club and will be at Sneyd School astro turf, Tuesdays 6 til 7 from March 14th. From April, once the clocks go forward, the centre will move to our home ground in Long Lane.
The FA has decided to brand the centres as “SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Club” as the new name for their flagship girls’ football participation programme. This is good news for the club as we already have 2 teams called Wildcats at U10s and U11s!

We intend to create at least 3 new teams from the centre for the 2017/18 season.

We will provide more details as we move towards the launch date, but in the meantime, any parents, guardians, sisters, aunts etc who know a girl aged between 5 amd 10 who is interested in playing the game should leave a message or contact Keith on 07836202764 for more information. NB – we will also take girls aged 4 in addition to the 30 target.

The Club takes pride in its Girls section, which has 14 girls teams, 2 ladies teams and the first Ladies Veterans team in the Region.
The new FA centre and our Gold Sister Club status with Birmingham City Ladies FC indicates our desire to keep growing the female game locally.

Proud to be Wyrley!!

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