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Our 3 FA Wildcats Centres are now sponsored by Weetabix, following a partnership with The FA and Weetabix.
The partnership will focus on Weetabix Original’s nutritional credentials, being low in sugar, salt, and fat, as well as high in fibre, helping to support the health of the nation with a strong start to the day.
We are keen to ensure that when we are given the green light to start again, we have an army of girls aged 4 to 8 ready to go and create new teams for the girls aged 6+.
If you know a girl who would like to start playing football, please message us or leave a comment here.
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