The Club’s 2017 Tournament dates were fixed last night: –

June 10th – Boys U6s, U8s, U10s

June 11th -Boys U7s, U9s, U10s

July 8th – Girls U8s, U10s, U11s, U12s, U13s, U14s, U16s

July 9th – Boys U11, U12s, U13s, U14s

Entry will be £30 per Team.

Unlimited squad sizes.

Teams will play the format of football they are due to play next season i.e. an ideal opportunity to trial new players and team formation. e.g. U8s boys who play 5 a side this season will be entered in as U8s in the tournament but play 7 a side.

Excellent facilities and large superb pitches.

There will be hot and cold food and drink, photographers, off street parking, professional firstaiders, tombola, licenced bar etc etc.

This is the largest event in South Staffordshire with 13o teams.

Application form to be published very shortly – in the meantime to expess your interest, please leave a comment or message here.



8 comments for this article:
  1. avatar


    I would like to register for this years tournament please u14



  2. avatar
    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Hi Gareth.Is this Girls of boys?

  3. avatar


    I would like to register for this years tournament

    u11’S Boys

    Please can you confirm that there are places left

    Many Thanks

  4. avatar

    Just reading playing format. My team play currently under 11’s does this mean they will enter as U11’s but play under 12’s format

    kind regards

  5. avatar
    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Hi Nigel – that is correct. Re places – give Kate a call on 07715282559.

  6. avatar

    Hi could you tell me the format for the u14 boys please, Huw long are games etc



  7. avatar
    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Hi Gareth – Kate will be sending out details shortly but text her on 07715282559.

  8. avatar

    Ok thanks

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