Footworks Lions u8 Players Wanted
Hi Footworks Academy are looking to recruit an
Under 8 goalkeeper to join our squad.
We have pathways into grassroots and professional aceamdies in and around the west midlands
Any further information please contact Ricky 07749 969 230
Call Ricky Bryant on 07749969230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Great Barr Harriers u8 Players Wanted
Great Barr Harriers u8s are looking for new players (all positions). Training on Friday evenings (5:45-7) at Red House Park (Aston Uni recreational ground, floodlit pitch in winter), with matches on Sunday mornings. Please contact Tracey on 07908640179.
Call Rodger on 07908640179 or email email@example.com.
Mini Soccer Presentation Season 2023/24
Thursday evening saw our Mini Soccer pre-season presentation at Wolverhampton University. The presentation is below for anyone unable to attend.
Essington afc u8 Players Wanted
Looking for players to build to our squad. Good bunch of hard working lads. U8s for the 23/24 season.
Call Craig Holyhead on +447413408408 or email Craigholy4@gmail.com.
Samba santos soccer fc u7 Players Wanted
We’re currently looking for an under 7 goal keeper to join our team. Training is Tuesday nights 6-7pm. Please contact us for any more information. Cheers
Call Ash causer on 07568969352 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cresswell Tangs u7 Players Wanted
We train weekly on a Friday and alternate the start time of 6pm till 7pm or 7pm till 8pm. We train on a 3G pitch at Sporting Khalsa in Willenhall.
Call Adam Wilkins on 07526255768 or email email@example.com.
Silent Support Weekend
This weekend actions speak louder than words. We’re joining in with the first National Silent Support Weekend to promote Respect in Youth Football, and our teams, coaches, parents, spectators and players will play an important part.
We’re encouraging spectators and coaches to show their support during the match through applause only. This will reduce pressure and confusion and give players a better opportunity to find their own voice and develop their game.
So, all you have to do is not talk, you can applaud good play from both teams, and then tell us your thoughts about the experience so we can feed into a national campaign to make improvements for the future. A digital link to a survey will be shared after the weekend for you to fill in to collect this information.
Join us and play your part on Silent Support Weekend 5th and 6th November 2022.
Mini Soccer Presentation 15th September 2022
We’re backing Play Safe
We’re backing Play Safe
Walsall Junior Youth League is lending its full support to Play Safe – an ongoing national campaign led by The FA to raise awareness of the importance of safeguarding in football.
Although it runs throughout the year, Play Safe really comes to the fore over football’s National Safeguarding Weekend, held this year on Saturday/Sunday 17th and 18th September.
The main focus this year is on parents and carers, with two key messages to convey:
- Awareness of the vital safeguarding role parents/carers play in football; and
- Encouragement to take the short, new and free online safeguarding course that’s been created specifically for parents/carers. You can access the course here.
Importantly, encouragement to take the new course has come from FASSSAG – The FA’s Survivor Support and Safeguarding Advisory Group:
“We have inputted into the course and helped frame its key messages from our collective experiences. It’s vitally important to us that every parent/carer understands they role they need to play in football. Taking this course can make a real difference – we are asking every parent/carer to commit to help ensure football is ever-safer.”
The support of FASSSAG has been welcomed by FA Chief Executive Mark Bullingham, himself a parent and youth football coach. “The FASSSAG has been important in helping us create our new strategy moving forwards and we really appreciate their input into the new course. I have taken the new course and encourage all parents/carers across football to take it too.
“Ultimately, safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. We all need to ensure that everyone involved in football – particularly children and young people – has a consistently safe and positive experience of our great game. Play Safe reminds everyone of that responsibility and keeps safeguarding front of mind, which is exactly where it should be.”
Play Safe is being run in partnership with the NSPCC and has the full backing of the Premier League, EFL, Barclays Women’s Super League and Barclays Women’s Championship. It’s also supported and being run across every other level of the game.