We want unattached women, girls and new teams to join a club with: –

20 years experience in the female game
the largest female section in the Midlands with 20 girls teams and 6 women’s teams next season
2 FA Wildcats Centres
1 FA Wildcats Centre for girls with a disability
3 Soccer Mums teams
1 Over 30s team
Birmingham City sister club status

The club has an unequalled reputation, holding the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (equivalent to an MBE) and the ONLY club to win a National FA award twice – the FA Community Club of the Year.

For more information, leave a comment/message here or contact Keith on 07836202764.

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