Willenhall Town Football CLub grabs some more silverware – Winners of the BF Midweek Floodlit Cup!

BFA Midweek Floodlit Cup Winners - Willenhall Town Football Club

BFA Midweek Floodlit Cup Winners – Willenhall Town Football Club

Photo courtesy of Willenhal Town FC, copyright Karl Fryer
( Used with permission – please do not reproduce)

Game went into extra time, with penalties having to decide the winners!!

Full info can be found here, WTFC Website

Selction of photos here

Paris-Brest-Paris Race 1st qualifier – Completed! by Glyn Marston

Sunday 29th of March – Vale of Belvoir audax 2011k ride.

I set off from the start in Lichfield and headed off towards fradley. It was a windy day and had started to rain. The early stages of the ride was pleasant despite the weather and the scenery was really amazing. Everything was going well until I tried to reach the first check Point. I rode left at the last junction instead of right, when I realised my error, I had to speed on to make the check Point before it closed. This made the next 40 miles more of a catching up with lost time excerise than a steady paced ride. When I reached the halfway point, I reached the check Point a few minutes ahead of my planned schedule, and after a quick bite to eat and a hot drink, I was off towards Loughborough. By now the rain was torrential and was to be that way for many miles, the open fields of the surrounding countryside offered no shelter from the battering I was getting from mother nature. I eventually got to Loughborough barely an hour ahead of plan. From Loughborough I was heading for Lichfield and the finish, the hills out of Loughborough were gruelling, we had many hills along the way but now these hills felt steeper (unless I was getting more tired). The last 30 miles seemed to drag out longer than expected, my pace had dropped and so had my enthusiasm, eventually the dark of the night had swept over me and visibility was low but this helped in a way as I wanted to get home as quickly as possible and so my speed began to pick up again. I reached the finish in Lichfield at 8.25 pm, that’s almost 12 and a half hours of riding, but my first qualifier in the bag.

Just had my information for my next qualifying event in Essex, a 305km ride that starts at midnight and finishes at around 8pm on the 11th of April. This will be the second of four qualifying events for the pbp challenge in France.

Glyn Marston

Glyn Marston - PBP Challenge

Punjabi Wolves Supporters Bike Ride from Wolves to Ypres

For all you Wolves Supporters 🙂

“Places still available in Punjabi Wolves Supporters Bike Ride from Wolves to Ypres.

4/5/6th September 2014

Punjabi Wolves Supporters Group is excited to present your charity bike ride for 2014, cycling through 3 countries, over 300 miles, in 3 days. On top of raising money for five incredible charities, we are also commemorating the centenary of World War 1.

Have you ever wanted to raise money for charity but haven’t found the right time? Do you want to face an inspirational challenge whilst helping others who are less fortunate than yourself? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then it’s time to join Punjabi Wolves Support Group on this emotional and monumental journey. The challenge begins at Molineux on 4th September 2014 and finishes in Ypres, Belgium on 6th September 2014. If want to be part of this breath-taking event please inbox us

Punjabi Wolves Supporters Group are raising money for Promise Dreams, Compton Hospice, MS Society, British Heart Foundation, and Delete Blood Cancer.

Charity bike ride, cycling through 3 countries, over 300 miles, in 3 days

Charity bike ride, cycling through 3 countries, over 300 miles, in 3 days

Punjabi Wolves Supporters Group

Willenhall Town Football Club awarded the FA Charter Standard

Announcement made by WTFC Offical

Breaking News!
Willenhall Town Football Club is delighted to be able to confirm this evening that it has been awarded the FA Charter Standard, confirmed formally late this afternoon by Birmingham County FA.
The Charter Standard Programme looks to provide recognition to those clubs who:

Demonstrate good practice
Adhere to FA policies and procedures
Commit to Raising Standards

We will shortly receive our Award Pack, Certification, Plaque, Logo etc, but BCFA kindly shared with us late this afternoon that Willenhall Town Football Club have indeed been awarded the Charter Standard and can formally let everyone know – The Club has now been added to the list of those clubs who hold the award.

In time we aspire to progress through the different levels of the programme but this is for the Club and all those people now associated with the Club both on and off the pitch, managing and playing that we have turned a corner and begin to develop the Club beyond what it is and has been.

I would like to thank everyone who has contributed their views, opinions and time to achieving this Award, but in the main and with all due respect the Club is grateful to its Treasurer and Charter Standard Officer, Sharon Hall for her work in pulling everything together and in record time.

Simon D. Hall
Chairperson & Director
Willenhall Town Football Club
#redarmy @wtfcofficial .

The FA Charter Standard

The FA
Charter Standard

WTFC Annual Presentation Evening – Season 2013/14

winners collage 1

An excellent night was had at Willenhall Towns Annual Presentation Evening.

Winners of individual trophies included Eddie Willson (Manager’s Player), Paul Holden (Most Starts), Tony Clift (Clubman), Matt Dorgan (Supporters Player), Jamel Fuller (Players Player) and Jake Morgan (Top Goal Scorer) and of course to Matt Dorgan for Outstanding Contribution & 100 Matches. (Live link too!).

Simon Hall Chairman of WTFC said “Great night last night at Presentation Evening. Many thanks to everyone who attended, great show from players, management, volunteers and friends of the Club, who were all out in force last night. Congratulations to the players winning individual trophies including Eddie Willson (Manager’s Player), Paul Holden (Most Starts), Tony Clift (Clubman), Matt Dorgan (Supporters Player), Jamel Fuller (Players Player) and Jake Morgan (Top Goal Scorer) and of course to Matt Dorgan for Outstanding Contribution & 100 Matches. (Live link too!). Thanks go out to Matt Whitehouse for his commitment and approach.
Thanks to all our advertisers, sponsors and pitchside advertisers including Mark Wright at Bloxwich Environmental Services, Louise Roberts at Avon, Maggie Palmer at Triple M Dance Academy and Aspray24, Imperial Locks, Croft Architectural, Auction House, Dynatech and Willenhall Rotary Club and The Extracare Charitable Trust.
This season we have consolidated our Club, we are stronger than possibly in the last decade and now have a vision of the future, rather than the past.
We have new volunteers joining us next season in the form of Tracey Clift, & Liam Ruby and a number of others in the pipeline and we also thank Ian Wale and Hughie Moran, Chris Burton and Steve Bagby.
We also welcome Commercial Manager John Luxton who is forming part of our new management structure at Board level and also welcome Russell Eynon at Emco for his swift and excellent work on our IT and Social Media provision.
We celebrate a dramatic improvement in our disciplinary record and that we are beginning to reconnect with the people of Willenhall slowly but surely.
All in all a cracking night, Maggie, Georgie and the girls at Triple M added a really different and fun element to the night with their showcase of Charleston, Burlesque, and Can-Can and it went down REALLY well, we also had Willenhall’s Carnival Queen Natalie Slaney who assisted with presentations.
Thanks as ever to Kalie Kaur at Willenhallaywe.co.uk for her continued support and photography work and for her sneeky work with Lisa Ruby and the beautiful picture presented to us.
I could go on all day really (how annoying) but you all know who you are and you all know what you do player, captain, manager, volunteer, sponsor, advertiser- we are hugely appreciative of your commitment to us and we look to the future with excitement.
Thanks all.”

French Can-Can

French Can-Can

A selection of photos of trophy winners, volunteers awarded and entertainment from Triple M Dance Academy

Photos courtesy of Stephen Stanley

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WVBC – Willenhall Boot Camp


WVBC – Willenhall Boot Camp

WVBC – Willenhall Boot Camp

Based in Willenhall Memorial Park
We currently run sessions for anyone over the age of 12, for all sizes, abilities, male & female
Sessions are currently Monday, Wednesday & Friday 6.30am & 6.00pm, for approx. 45 minutes
We will be introducing a weekend session also, where parents can bring their children along too.

The exercises we do are not your normal “gym” exercises, we involve ropes, kettlebells, and tyres to mix things up – most importantly, we have FUN whilst we workout!!!

Sessions are available for;

£5 for a single session
Any 3 sessions for £10
Unlimited sessions for the month @ £25

Can be contacted either through facebook on Willenhall Bootcamp or by phone on 07545955579

Sporting Khalsa showcase their vision

After five years at Abbey Park ground, Sporting Khalsa announced in May 2010 that they would be purchasing the five acre freehold grounds of Willenhall Town FC from the Receivers. After extensive work on the pitch and social facilities with the total outlay of over half million pounds the stadium was finished on the eve of the 2010/11 season. In its first season at their new Aspray Arena home the club gained promotion to the Premier Division of the West Midlands Regional League.

The club currently holds the prestigious FA Community Club Charter Standard status.
The club aims to help tackle social exclusion, and provide football opportunities for all members of the community. Sporting Khalsa aims to use “the power of sport” to contribute to the tackling of social exclusion. Sport belongs to, and should be enjoyed by, everyone equally. Our commitment is to eliminate discrimination whether by reason of gender, sexual orientation, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or ability and to encourage equal opportunities and to enable and provide access to a range of sports for all members of the community, regardless of age, gender, ability, race
or religion. The main current activity the club participates in is football but, it also runs varies other sports club like badminton, tennis, ski, bhangra and keep fit clubs.
More recently Sporting Khalsa showcased their medium to long term plans for Aspray Arena and the community. A meeting of invited guests which included West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner Bob Jones, Chief Inspector Sue Parker, Asst Chief Constable Marcus Beale, Stuart Laight MD of Aspray 24, Brian Adshead Chief Executive of Staffordshire FA, George Berry from the Professional Footballers Association, councillers, local business leaders and club members.

Read Sporting Khalsa Vision below in full

The vision

Selection of photos showing the changes made, inc, The new hospitality area for team officials & match officials will be used from season 2014/15 & New signs,

Liam Ruby gets the Mascot Experience with WTFC

Liam Ruby lead the team onto to the pitch has todays Mascot as they played Malvern at home.  A birthday surprise arranged by Liams mother & family.
Selection of photos inc Team Photo pitchside

Lead the team out onto the pitch, have a photo with the lads and share hospitality after the match with the team.

Available at all home matches (weather permitting of course!)  If you are interested contact Simon Hall or Sharon Hall ether via Facebook or at any match for further details and dates.

Mascot Days are available for ANY age, not just for kids.  If you fancy leading the team out, please get in touch.

This would make a great surprise for anyone young or old.