Disability Team Phil (defence), John (defence), Roger (midfield), Jim (striker), Billy (goalkeeper), Steve (sub striker), David (sub goalkeeper), Mick (midfielder) and Paul (manager) Last week BWFC took two teams to West Bromwich Albions indoor training pitch to take part in a walking football festival, a disability team and an over 50’s team. It was the first time BWFC […]
FROM TOMORROW NIGHT AT SFC THE FRIDAY OVER 40’S 7PM WALKING FOOTBALL SESSION WILL BE SUSPENDED UNTIL JAN 2019 DUE TO THE FESTIVE SEASON.
Last week saw BWFCs over 60’s play their first league game of the season against Boldmere. The first half of the game was fairly evenly matched score wise but Birmingham missed a lot of chances. The second half was a completely different story with Birmingham turning their second half possession into goals running out 4-1 […]
Last Sunday BWFC sent a team of over 70’s to Nottingham to play in the first ever over 70’s walking football tournament. Although the team didn’t progress as well as they’d hoped it was an enjoyable experience for all concerned, as well as a learning curve for a possible future tournament in Cirencester in March. […]
From 18th October the Thursday night over 40’s 6.45 – 8.00 pm walking football session will move by 15 mins to 7.00 – 8.15 pm this is to alleviate congestion in the car park. In turn the Controlled football 8.15-9.30 pm session on the same night will also move forward by 15 mins to 8.30 – 9.45 pm. Thank you […]
BWFC hosted their first Over 65’s Walking Football Festival at Solihull on Tuesday 9th October. With one team pulling out at fairly short notice, Birmingham, Abbeymead Rovers from Gloucester and Aston Villa were left to compete for the Champions spot. Each team played each other twice, in matches consisting 20 minutes each straight through. […]
Last few places left for our Beer and skittles night Friday 23rd Nov £10.50 pp inc meal at The Navigation Pub Wootton Wawen 7.30pm start. Please put your name on the list in the club house to secure your place!
Monday 24th September Birmingham Walking Football Club held a Charity Walking Football day at the 3G pitch at Solihull Football Centre. A fantastic £482.30 was raised in aid of Prostate cancer, thank you to all who donated and took part. A special thanks to Alan Bailee who donated the England shirt as a raffle […]