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News

U10 Girls meet WSLs Berry The Bear

U16 Girls meet the Doncaster Belles.

The girls where invited to Keepmoat Stadium to preform both mascot and ball girl duties.

Doncaster Belles Sue Smith (legend) was presented with a Wetherby scarf.

Click here to see the full article in the Wetherby News

U6 Coaching

Mike Sheerin

9am - Sunday

Wetherby Sports Association

 

Fun, Friends, Fitness

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Directions

Take the A659 exit toward Wetherby/A168/Otley

At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Wattle Syke/A58/A659 heading to Wetherby/A168/Collingham/Otley

At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Boston Rd/A661

Turn left at Lodge Ln, Drive to the end.

Post Code : LS22 5FN

  

WRCFA Charter Standard Community Club of the Year - 2015 


We need help to run the club.

If you would like to volunteer to be a coach, or help in any other way then please getting in contact. We are looking to appoint a new club Secretary and Treasure.

   

"These kids could not have a better start to their football careers." Richard Gibson, U6 parent.

"Thank you so much for hosting today’s matches. They were very well organised and all the players thoroughly enjoyed themselves. " Garon Ross, Ripon City Panthers U8 coach.


Read more? Go to our 'Testimonials' page.


Wetherby Athletic JFC boasts teams for girls and boys of all abilities from ages 5 to 18. The club encourages all members of the local community to get involved whether playing, coaching, administrating or simply supporting. We are very proud of our "FA Community Club Award.

 

Wetherby Athletic JFC strive to be an outstanding organisation. The club ethos is to provide opportunities for all ages and abilities to play football in a safe and friendly environment, in which all its members feel valued and supported.

We have a philosophy which describes the attitude of our coaches and acts as the guiding principles for the training and development of all our players. Our philosophy is… 

  • To create a fun and friendly atmosphere in which players grow a love for the game.
  • To provide opportunities for players to experience competitive play in a safe and supportive environment.
  • To promote fair play and team work.
  • To give extensive positive reinforcement and constructive feedback.
  • To encourages players to try new skills and demonstrate that making mistakes is not to be feared but an opportunity to learn. 
  • To build confidence and self-esteem by rewarding effort and ability.
  • To be a model of appropriate behaviour.
  • To provide age appropriate coaching enabling players to develop technically, physically, psychologically  and socially as described in the FA’s four corners model.

All team coaches are required to have completed the following minimum training courses;

  • The FA Level 1 Award in Coaching Football 
  • FA Emergency Aid 
  • FA Safeguarding Children Award

All our coaches and assistants have Enhanced FA CRC checks. 

Behind the scenes we have a superb voluntary team doing all those important jobs to help make this club as successful as possible. Coaches, assistances and helpers bring many skills which are needed to create a supportive, exciting, dynamic and forward thinking approach. We strive to provide a safe supportive family atmosphere in which children can develop to their full potential. 

Tuesday
Jul282015

World Cup Stars Meet Wetherby Girls

 
 
World Cup Stars Inspire Wetherby Girls.
It's not everyday that you meet 5 international football stars, but that's what happened to three Wetherby Girls u16 footballers when they were guests of Doncaster Rovers Belles this week. The  Belles took on Manchester City Women in the Continental Cup cheered on by the Wetherby girls. Manchester City boasted 5 international players including England Captain Steph Houghton, goalkeeper Karen Bardsley and World Cup super goal hero Lucy Bronze.
"We enjoyed the game, but it was also great to meet the England stars and players from both teams after the match. Such a friendly atmosphere " said super striker Lisa Clarke. 
Wetherby defender Charlotte Hawksworth was very pleased " We were really happy that the players,including some of the World Cup stars, took so much time to talk to us, sign autographs and take pictures".
"Steph, Lucy and team mates are certainly doing their best to inspire the next generation of women footballers and build on the World Cup success. We were so impressed by them" said midfield dynamo Jess Walker. 
" We were delighted to welcome the Wetherby U16 girls to the Keepmoat" said Mark Donnelly of Doncaster Rovers Belles " we are so pleased they enjoyed the match and meeting the players after the game. We are always keen to welcome local teams to watch the Belles in action".
Sunday
Jun142015

Join the regions fastest growing girls football club ...

At Wetherby we have invested significantly in girls footy over the last 2 years. We now have teams at all age groups and welcome new players to come and join us. Please see individual team pages for contact details and give one of us a ring. If you're not sure who to speak to or about which age group is appropriate just ring any one of us and we'll make sure we connect you to the right squad

Under 16s - (From September 2015) - New Players welcome

We are a very friendly squad who are keen to welcome new players year 10 and 9 ( year 11 and 10 from September). We train on Mondays and we are supported by Leeds United Foundation professional UEFA B qualified coach. 

Please give Pete a ring or text on 07590 999205. You can come down and try us out for a few weeks at no cost whatsoever!. What have you got to lose??

Fun, friends and fitness!!

Monday
Mar122012

Our History

Wetherby Sports Association (WSA) was created on the 17th July 1996

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