The club will be creating at least 5 new teams from its Girls Wildcats Centre and Boys Development Centre next season. We are looking for the following to help a to achieve this: –

Boys and girls aged 6 to join our friendly, progressive, ambitious and extremely successful club.
Managers and coaches – no experience necessary, just a desire to develop themselves and young people. The club provides the cost for coaching badges.

We are also looking for teams to join our ranks.

Quick summary of the club: –

* The largest football club in West Midlands and Staffordshire with nearly 70 teams and 900 players
* The largest girls club in England
* The current holders of the FA National Community Club of the Year (the only club to win the award twice)
* a registered charity and holders of the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (equivalents to an MBE)
* Sister club to Birmingham City Ladies FC
* holders of the Staffordshire Community Club of the Year for any sport

If you’d like more information, please leave a comment or message here or contact Keith on 07836202764.

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