The coming together of workers based at the Royal House BT building at the top of Wood Street in Liverpool City Centre is where the origins of the club began taking place.
The initiative was taken by the founders to formulate a small-sided team to compete in the regular tournaments put on by work. Practice and dedication shown by the players of the time saw the culmination of their efforts in 2001 by winning the national five-a-side tournament in Birmingham.
This was followed in subsequent years with a runner-up spot in the same competition.
With the founder members of the small-sided team remaining together as a group, it was decided in late 2003 that the stakes should be taken to a higher level. The desire now was to take the team into the eleven-a-side game.
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