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The Club is looking to grow it’s Girls and Women Section further as we seek to support the FA aim to double female participation by 2020.
We are looking at girls and women of any ability and experience from the age of 4 to 64!
We are also looking for established teams who would like the opportunity to join a progressive, ambitious and award winning club.

We have the following to offer: –

* Largest Girls Club in the Midlands
* 2 FA Wildcats Centres for Girls aged 4 to 6 – Tuesdays and Wednesdays
* A minimum of 20 Girls teams from U8s to U18s
* First & Reserves teams playing at Regional & County level
* 2 Ladies Veterans teams for players aged 30+
* 2 FA Soccer Mums Centres for women aged 16+ who just want to have fun and meet new friends whilst getting fit and learning new skills
* Sister Club to Birmingham City Ladies FC
* 5 female managers of teams

The club has been FA National Community Club of the Year twice; is a registered charity and holds the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service; has it’s own ground and clubhouse and is developing another site with floodlights and stand. It also has nearly 70 teams in total.

If you want to get involved or know someone who does, please leave a comment/message here or contact Keith on 07836202764

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