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Sutton Coldfield Town Juniors Football Club and Sutton Coldfield Town Football Club have formed a working partnership!

3 months ago By Alexander Moloney

The partnership is to provide ‘Football for All’ & become one of B'hams Football Associations new HUB CLUBS & achieve the COMMUNITY CHARTER STANDARD

Sutton Coldfield Town Juniors Football Club and Sutton Coldfield Town Football Club have formed a working partnership to provide ‘Football for All’ and become one of Birmingham Football Associations new HUB CLUBS and achieve the COMMUNITY CHARTER STANDARD.

‘Football for All’ – girls, boys and adults and across all ethnic backgrounds. Sutton Coldfield Town Football Club provide an opportunity for everyone to enjoy playing and taking part in football related activities. The two clubs have, for a long time, been successfully representing Sutton Coldfield in junior and senior football but have now found the formula to work together to promote football across the community for the benefit of all abilities and give progression opportunities for players to move from junior to senior football.

Sutton Coldfield Town Juniors Football Club currently run 18 junior teams (aged 7 to 16) from their ground at Bishop Walsh School and run a Saturday morning soccer school for girls and boys. Teams can play in the Central Warwickshire league at the weekend – and they have the opportunity to progress into the higher level Junior Premier League. Players can also be selected to join the Sutton Coldfield Town Academy teams where promotion into the under 18, under 21 and senior team is now a real opportunity.

Birmingham F.A. has recently selected 25 established clubs to become HUB CLUBS, and we are proud to have been selected as one of them. Our status as a club has been rewarded with the award of COMMUNITY CHARTER STANDARD – the highest standard available to a club – and showing the commitment of the club to child protection, volunteer staff training and development and the access to football for people of all abilities and from all sectors of the community.

Our Saturday morning soccer school is a great way to get into football and is open to all young people from the age of 5. If you would like to attend please contact Steve Banks on the number below, and we would welcome new junior teams who wish to join such a progressive club. There are opportunities for new girls teams, teams who play in disability football and teams who wish to progress into the high level Junior Premier League to join our club and be part of the community at Sutton Coldfield Town. Anyone interested can contact Chairman Steve Banks on 07717 508865 or President Phil Daniels at

Phil Daniels
Sutton Coldfield Town Juniors Football Club

Contacts and for further information

Phil Daniels – President. Sutton Coldfield Town Juniors Football Club
07812 503043.

Stephen Banks – Chair. Sutton Coldfield Town Juniors Football Club

Nick Thurston – Chair. Sutton Coldfield Town Football Club

Luke Bowles. Football Development Officer. Birmingham County F.A.
Ray Hall Lane. Great Barr. Birmingham.

Updated 20:55 - 13 Apr 2018 by Alexander Moloney

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