Welham Albion looking for new players to join their successful U10 teams

PUBLISHED: 11:26 06 August 2018 | UPDATED: 11:34 06 August 2018

The successful Welham Albion Warriors side with the League Cup.

The successful Welham Albion Warriors side with the League Cup.

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Welham Albion Football Club are looking for new players to join their ever-growing U10 squads.

The club currently have three teams at the age group: the Warriors, the Titans and the Development Squad, having started last season with just the Warriors.

They were highly successful last year winning the league, the league cup, the Europa cup in Portugal and the Stamford Bridge Tournament.

The Titans and Development Squad will hope to enjoy similar when they plat their first full campaigns but they are always on the look-out for more players.

Chairman John Shearer said: “Our club prides itself on giving players of all abilities the opportunity to develop and progress as footballers.

“Whether you have experience at club level or are at the beginning of your footballing career, Welham Albion has a place for you.”

Anyone interested can email welhamalbionfootballclub@hotmail.com or turn up to training at Roe Hill Hall playing fields in Hatfield on Sundays between 10am and 12pm.

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