Midland Floodlit youth team trials under 18
We are holding trials for next season for our very successful under 18 midweek youth team on Monday's 7:00 - 8:30pm
Please bring 3g footwear no blades or studs, you will need to where shin pads and also bring food and drink with you.
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Team Manager Required - 2016/7 Season
We are looking for a youth team manager for the season 2016/2017 they will need to have a good knowledge of the Midlands junior football leagues as well as working with our academy managers and also the first/reserve team management,
Please send CV’S to Stevelewis@icmltd.net closing date for applications is Monday 9th May
Coventry Sphinx Resign From The MFYL
It has been confirmed that Coventry Sphinx have resigned from the Midland Floodlit Youth League. Town were provisionally scheduled to play them at Sphinx Drive on Thursday and consequently have no game this week.
Sphinx were promoted to join Town in the Premier Division South after winning the Championship of the Eastern Division last season but only played one game - a 3-3 draw with Pilkington XXX which has since been expunged from the League table - and their demise means that the Premier Division South will now operate with only eight teams this time round.
Youth Team Trials and Training
Town Youth start training on Monday evenings and are looking for new players to join their existing squad who finished runners up last season in the Midweek Floodlit Youth League Premier Division South. Contact Clive Seeley on 07952 537724 for further details.
Town Youth Are Ready For The New Season
After finishing runners-up in the Midland Floodlit Youth League Premier Division South last time round Town Youth will be looking to go one better when the new season kicks off in a few weeks time.
Current champions Kidderminster Harriers who pipped Town to the title by a single point will provide tough opposition, and the other teams retaining their place in the Division are Redditch United, Rugby Town, Solihull Moors and Stourbridge.
Birmingham City and Romulus have withdrawn from the League while Racing Club Warwick who finished bottom last season have been relegated to the Eastern Division.
The new teams coming in are Coventry Sphinx promoted from the Eastern Division along with Pilkington XXX and Studley from the Western Division.
Town’s preparations for the new campaign move up a gear on Saturday August 8th when they visit Oadby Town for a pre-season friendly with an 11 am kick off.