JJB Team’s

JJB Team’s

WFA JJB Teams – Now Recruiting!
Places are now available for u7’s and u8’s JJB squads!
The transfer window is officially open and WFA are eager to sign up our players for next seasons 2020/21 Alderley League. Its open to players of all abilities in this school years 2 and 3.

So what’s it all about?

The Alderley League is a tournament played every Saturday morning at All Hallows in Macclesfield.
WFA is entering 4 teams in each age group, the Cougars, Panthers, Jaguars and Lions.
Every other week from September the team  play 2 matches in 1 hour against clubs and academies from all over South Manchester.

The tournament lasts from September to June with breaks for school holidays and a short winter break over Christmas and New Year. It is designed to take players on to the next level of their football development in a friendly but competitive environment where they play for the same team each time under the management of WFA’s coaching staff.

Who can play?

Boys and girls in this years year 2 and 3 at school who want to join a football team. Players are selected on a first come first served basis to represent WFA and Wilmslow Town.

What is the cost?

The cost is £110 per player which includes the players kit which they keep, registration to play in the tournament, insurance and fees associated with playing at the venue.


WFA training is every Saturday morning throughout the year at Wilmslow Phoenix Sports Club, Styal Road from 10am-12pm.

Currently this years year 1 and 2’s have a special training night of their own on a Wednesday evening from 5.00 to 6.00pm at Wilmslow Phoenix Sports Club where they train with their team mates.

This years year 3’s train at the same venue every Thursday night 5.00-6.00pm at Wilmslow Phoenix Sports Club where they train with their team mates.

These sessions are open to any u6, u7’s and u8’s regardless of whether they are in one of teams or not.

How do we register?

Erik will have forms available at The Phoenix Sports Club, Styal on Saturday morning and at our Age Appropriate evening sessions which are also at Styal. You will need to sign up there and bring with you 2 passport photo’s, a copy of the players passport or birth certificate as proof of age and pay by either cash or card for £110. A player will not be considered registered unless all criteria is fulfilled.
Spaces are available on a strictly first come first served basis. Registration and training is as follows:
At this stage we will not be emailing out forms. We feel that its important that our regular most dedicated players have the first opportunity so forms will be available at the above sessions and Saturday mornings session at Styal.

Once registered, what happens next?

Once players are fully registered their place in a team is secured and they are expected to train on Saturday mornings as usual with WFA and at the Age Appropriate evening sessions. We have a reputation of fielding teams of the highest quality and standard every year at the tournament which is achieved because the players and parents are committed to coming to training.
They will be measured up for their kits which will be issued a couple of weeks before the tournament begins and then once the fixtures have been issued to WFA and the rest of the competing academies we will issue them to the parents with instructions and timings etc.

We look forward to seeing you at training with the relevant documentation.


Erik Garner – Head Coach
07792 791382

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