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Sport In Mind - 22 April

Woodley United announce they will be working with "Sport in Mind" and Wokingham Borough Council (WBC) to encourage sport and physical activity amongst the local community.

The benefits of exercise in improving mental health and wellbeing have been well documented and include:
*reducing symptoms of depression
*improved feelings of well-being
*reduced levels of stress and anxiety
*improved sleep patterns and concentration and enhanced physical health

and the Club is delighted to assist Sport in Mind/WBC with the running of the free weekly sessions at Goals Soccer Centre (6-7pm, Wednesdays).

Mark Rozzier (CEO, WUFC) commented "Having attended one of these sessions, it is great to see players enjoying playing in a non-competitive, supportive environment and the sessions reinforce what we as a Club believe, that sport should be accessible for all, with no boundaries"

Stephen Orwin (Mental Health and Wellbeing Physical Activity Co-ordinator, WBC) said "The mental wellbeing sports programme is a free service designed to promote and encourage positive mental wellbeing using sport and exercise as a tool. The sessions are run in a relaxed environment by qualified coaches. There are several different levels at which you can play. You can play at a competitive environment, in which you compete with players and teams at your own level, or you can relax and learn the activities at your own pace with our coaches.’

Jeannette Cripps (Communications & Events Director, WUFC) added "Having two autistic children myself, I can vouch for the health benefits and raised confidence levels that taking part in physical activity in an empathetic environment brings, it is great that Sport in Mind and WBC are running these sessions and increasing not only the wellbeing for the attendees and additionally a chance to socialise which might not have been available".


Individuals can self-refer to attend the sessions by downloading the attached Sport in Mind Form

For further details, please click on this link www.wokingham.gov.uk

Sponsor Web - 16 March

Next weekend the fixtures of all 34 teams in various age groups of Woodley United are to be sponsored by SF Media.

SF Media are web marketing and development agency that work closely with clients to build lasting relationships and whose commitment to customer service involves supplying round the clock support. In addition to sponsoring the fixtures, SF Media will also be providing an award for the Men’s Saturday 1st team player of the match in the home Uhlsport Hellenic Division One East fixture against Chalfont Wasps ko 3.00 pm.

Jamie Fryatt, Technical Director SF Media said “SF Media is pleased to be associated with Woodley United FC and to be able to support for the club in its provision of grass roots football for players of all ages and ability. We look forward to meeting with club members this weekend.”

Dave Pickup, Woodley United’s Commercial Director commented “It is pleasing that businesses are prepared to support sport and football in particular which in turn enables clubs such a Woodley Utd FC to strive to improve the quality of coaching and development it can give to its members.”

Further information and how to contact SF Media can be found at www.sf.media


Kit Provision - 12 February

The Easthampstead Park First XI Football team pose in their new kit which was donated by Woodley United.

Head of Sixth Form, Mr Ben Stephenson said “I’d like to say a huge thank you to Mark Rozzier and Woodley United for donating two football kits to the school. The players are all really grateful for such a generous gift.”

Mark Rozzier, the Woodley’s Chairman, commented “The club is delighted to have been able to respond in a positive way to the request of ex-player and school teacher, Ben Stephenson, for assistance with replacing the school football kit. In taking this action it shows the club’s support for the community whilst also being able aid the development of players who hopefully one day will play for their local non-league clubs.”


Player Changes At Woodley - 29 January

Manager Jock Mowat has made a number of new signings in the last few weeks as he aims to pull Woodley United away from what is becoming a tight bottom of the table in Division 1 East with Reading Town showing an upturn in fortunes.

In come goalkeeper Ben Hitchens from Burnham FC, centre back George Douglas and two from Everlsey and California U21s in midfielder Bradley Hoy and centre forward Mitchell Webb.

Defender Graham High has transferred to One East rivals Didcot Town Reserves and will line up against Woodley when both clubs meet at Scours Lane tomorrow. Forward Omar Cofie has also departed joining Thames Valley League Premier Division side Rotherfield for a second spell at the club as he struggled to commit to Uhlsport Hellenic League football. Midfielder Bevan Van Wyk has been subject of a 7 day approach, also from a One East rival club but as yet the move hasn't been confirmed.

Some good news this weekend sees Rupen Limbu returning after 3 games out through suspension which due to the number of postponements was longer than expected.


Additional Sponsor At Woodley - 11 January

Woodley United FC is pleased to announce the continued support of Richard Lloyd Funeral Services, Woodley, with the purchase of match day jackets for the club’s Men’s and Ladies first teams.

Mark Rozzier, CEO Woodley United FC commented “The involvement of local businesses with the club is much appreciated and I’m pleased that Richard Lloyd has agreed to extend their support for a further year which now totals four years of partnership together.  The length of this partnership shows the benefit of working together for the benefit of both organisations”.

Dr Richard Lloyd, owner of Richard Lloyd Funeral Services added “We are delighted to continue our support of Woodley United FC into 2016. As a family-owned business working in the community we feel it important to support local organisations through offers of sponsorship. We very much look forward to continuing our relationship with Woodley United FC and wish them all the best for the season.”

Picture shows Mark Rozzier and Dr Richard Lloyd


Wokingham Borough Sports Council Awards - 30 November

In front of an audience in excess of three hundred people, the annual Wokingham Borough Sports Council award evening that celebrates all that is good in local sport be it participant or volunteers, was a tremendous success at the new Bulmershe School 6th form centre, Woodley on 27th November 2015.

Guest speakers were Jason Leonard OBE, President of RFU and Hannah Field who is a member of the England Women’s rugby squad and an ex-pupil of local Maiden Erlegh School. 

During the speeches the clear message was for competitors to enjoy their sport and with support from family and coaches anything is possible as witnessed by many of the award nominees having performed at national and international level during the past year.

Woodley United Ladies Reserve team was nominated for the Global Knowledge Cup for Female Team award with the award going to Bulmershe Gymnastics club who provided members for Team GB’s group aerobic gymnastics team at the inaugural European games that were held in Baku 2015.  Team members Chloe and Olivia Farrance are the daughters of ex- Woodley Town FC player Robin Farrance.

However, the club was recognised with it being presented The Wokingham News Cup for Service to Sport in the Community (Club).  This is tremendous acknowledgement of what Woodley United FC is doing locally in the short time it has been in existence following the merger of Woodley Hammers, Woodley Town and Woodley United Ladies football clubs.

Reading the citation, Master of Ceremonies Jack Sulman said the club:

  • A partner with Uni of Reading in the development of the new Bulmershe Pavilion, Woodlands Avenue, Woodley facility.
  • A partner with Woodley Town Council in the development of the planned new 3G pitch to be installed at Woodford Park, Woodley.
  • Provides a mini kickers programme that has grown from five children in January 2015 to over forty attending weekly (25% girls) in June 2015 and led to an u7 team playing weekly matches.
  • Sponsor and supplier of volunteers to the Woodley Carnival Committee’s Woodley inter schools boys and girls football tournaments.
  • Provides coaches to deliver football classes in local schools and commits to providing football to all in a safe and enjoyable environment that is in keeping with FA ideals
  • Has been awarded the Football Association’s Charter Standard Community club status kite mark


The picture shows members of WUFC with Jason Leonard.


Opening Of New Bulmershe Sports Pavilion - 30 October

Reading Football Club manager Steve Clarke and University Chancellor Sir John Madejski have officially opened a stunning new sports pavilion at Bulmershe Court.

Community groups and university students will reap the benefits of the £3m Bulmershe Pavilion which has been designed to meet Football Association specifications. Teams will have access to state- of-the-art facilities which include individual changing rooms, toilets and showers.

The pavilion will be used during the week by the university football teams and by local community clubs at weekends. It also houses a ‘club room’ which is available for community groups.

University of Reading Chancellor and Reading FC co-chairman Sir John Madejski said: “This new pavilion is absolutely fantastic, not only for university teams but also local clubs as well – a real win-win for the community. Facilities like this are vital for encouraging grassroots football and generating stars of the future.”

Steve Clarke, Reading Football Club Manager, said: “This is everything you could wish for from a facility like this. The better the facility the more likely it is that people will come along and use it every weekend. Hopefully it will breed talented players who in the future will talk about the Bulmershe Pavilion as the place where it all started for them - and that’s what you want in football.

“Reading is a very community orientated football club. The more links the senior club can have with the area and local community, the better it is for everyone involved.”

During the event community coaches from Reading FC, working together with Woodley United FC coaches, put youngsters from Woodley United FC, Woodley Wanderers and Whiteknights FC through their paces by giving a special football workshop.

Mark Rozzier, Woodley United FC Chief Executive, added: “The University of Reading is to be congratulated on the support it has given to the community of Woodley through the development of the new pavilion. The quality of the pitches and pavilion has been well received by Woodley United FC. Teams of all ages enjoy using the site and being able to play their football locally, rather than the club having to look outside of the town for pitches.”

Sir David Bell, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Reading, said: “We were delighted that Steve and Sir John could join us for the opening of this wonderful new pavilion. Our aim is to always build facilities that we can be proud of now and in the future. The pavilion not only demonstrates the University’s commitment to sport, but also to the community.”

The Bulmershe Pavilion replaces the changing room facilities which were part of the University’s Bulmershe Campus which closed in 2013.

For more information about the pavilion contact the University of Reading’s SportsPark."

Jeannette Cripps
Communications and Events
Woodley United Football Club
07866 242900


The FA Charter Standard - 30 September

Reading area club Woodley United FC have achieved The FA Charter Standard Community Club status.

Woodley United was formed in 2015 from a merger of three Woodley clubs: Woodley Town, Woodley Hammers and Woodley United. This award is great recognition that in the short period of time Woodley United has been in existence, the club is demonstrating its commitment to provide football to all in a safe and enjoyable environment that is in keeping with FA ideals. It provides a foundation for Woodley United to build upon within the local community to demonstrate that we are the club of choice that is committed to providing football from mini kickers to adult for male and female participants.

The award was presented by Berks & Bucks FA’s Nathan Simpson to Woodley United’s Club Secretary, Steve Outen and Chairman, Dave Pickup at University of Reading’s Bulmershe Pavilion, Woodlands Avenue, Woodley on Saturday 26th September at 10am. Players from the boys u14's section and girls u12's also joined them in the photo.

Club CEO, Mark Rozzier said “I am delighted that in its short period of existence Woodley United FC has been awarded the prestigious FA Charter Standard Community award. The award is a testament to the hard work members have put into creating the club and supports the founding principles of the club of Respect, Encouragement, Togetherness, Inclusiveness and being a Beacon for Good.

Players and parents can join the club with confidence that they are joining a well-run club that has the highest FA kite mark within it Charter Standard scheme and puts the interest of the player at the centre of what it does.”

Commenting after the presentation, Nathan Simpson from the Berks & Bucks FA said “I would like to congratulate Woodley United on the excellent work they are doing within the community as a football club. It is great to be able to recognise them as a Charter Standard Community club, the highest Charter Standard status you can achieve. The amount of work which needs to be carried out to achieve the award is vast, so once again I would like to congratulate everybody involved in the process and wish the club further success in the future.”

Emirates FA CupBig FA Competition Weekend For Woodley - 2 September

This weekend is a busy one for Woodley United with the men’s and ladies first teams both in FA competition action.

Saturday 5th September 2016 sees the men travel the short distance to Wessex Division One members Tadley Calleva for a FA Vase 1st qualifying round tie for a first ever meeting between the two sides that kicks off at 3.00 pm.  Woodley will be looking to emulate last season’s Vase performance and win through to the second qualifying round where the winners face a trip to either Chertsey Town or Tuffley Rovers.

The next day the club’s ladies host Brentford Women in the first qualifying round of the SSE FA Women’s Cup to be played at Henley Town FC, 2.00 pm ko.  This is the second occasion the team has entered the competition, falling at the first attempt last season, and will be their first competitive match of the new season.  The winners will host QPR Girls in the second qualifying round. 


Headington In August - 22 August

Woodley United make their annual August trip to Headington Amateurs this afternoon looking for their first points of the season.

If the omens are good as the three previous meetings between the teams at Barton have all resulted in one all draws.

Headington sit third in the Division One East table after two games with four points while United is showing improvement on the pitch. Carlton Cox re-signed for the team this week alsong with midfielder Simeon Blackwood-Odain to strengthen the squad. In addition, international clearance has been received for Bevan Van Dyk and Clark Darrall to complete their registrations with the league.


Woodley Start With Four Away - 6 August

Woodley United commence their Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One East campaign on Saturday 8th August 2015 at Old Woodstock Town in the first of four successive away league fixtures which is followed up with trips to Rayners Lane, Headington Amateurs and Didcot Town Reserves.

phil norville hellenic leagueFollowing a number of departures over the close season, newly appointed manager Phil Norville (pictured) has given plenty of players the opportunity to impress with the consequent that pre-season friendly results have been mixed with the most promising being a two all draw with Premier Division runners-up Highmoor Ibis.

Norville welcomes back last season’s player of the year Dan Smith who will be under pressure from teenager Harry Stiff for the number one spot with Stiff having a very impressive pre-season.  Another teenager to re-sign and impress has been Jordan Goddard while new to the club youngsters Zak Pearce and Harvey Beales are highly thought off.

Experience has been added to the team in ex-Highmoor Ibis and Marlow forward Javies Catlyn who is returning to football after injury.  

Manager Norville said “This is an exciting time for the club playing under the Woodley United FC banner following the recent amalgamation of local Woodley clubs.  The first team squad is a mixture of experience and youth which has the potential to improve as the season progresses.”


More Signings - 5 August

Woodley United manager Phil Norville has continued to add to his squad ahead of the season start.

Keeper Daniel Smith has signed on again after winning the player of the season award last year. Attacking midfielder Javies Catlyn has signed from neighbours Highmoor Ibis where he mainly played in the reserve side in the Thames Valley Premier League

Defenders Davion Ingram from Thames Valley league side Eldon Celtic & Ollie Bridges from Hurst, Ollie returning after being with the club in season 13/14.

John Madejski Academy forward Harvey Beales has signed and has looked lively in pre season, this will be his first taste of men's football. Spanish duo Victor Martinez and Andres Gutierrez have also put pen to paper again but Andres wil be returning to Spain for a few months to complete his studies.

Phil is hopeful of adding a couple more to his squad over the coming weeks.


Mini Kickers’ Success - 4 August

Woodley United FC’s successful weekly mini kickers’ soccer school has held its final session of the season ahead of the school summer holidays. The sessions commenced in January 2015 and grew from five children initially attending to approximately forty in July with a good mixture of boys and girls.

The soccer school will recommence in September 2015 at Goals Soccer Centre, Woodlands Avenue, Woodley RG5 3EU

For more information regarding these sessions please Ethan Greene on ethan.greene@hotmail.co.uk and 07787 533558 or Carol John on caz14reader@yahoo.co.uk and 07436 895946

Woodley United FC is a FA Charter Standard Community club which is an accreditation awarded to clubs rigorously adjudged to be well-run and sustainable and which prioritise child protection, quality coaching and implementation of the FA’s Respect programme.


Simply Lip Licking - 25 July

Woodley United is delighted to announce Southern Fried Chicken as the Club website sponsor for season 2015/16.

southern fired chicken Southern Fried Chicken is owned by FFS Brands Ltd and is a global brand that offers premier franchised restaurant business concepts. Southern Fried Chicken provides fresh food with good service in over 700 locations across the World and is one of the largest franchised restaurant brands in the UK. The business started in Woodley in 1983 and has grown to include manufacturing of quality equipment as well as housing the sales and support team for the network of restaurants found in almost every continent.

David Pickup, Chairman of Woodley United commented, “I am delighted that Andrew and our friends at FFS Brands have agreed to sponsor our website for the coming season. It is great to see such prestigeous and far reaching business, with it roots firmly in our community, generously support the community and town’s football club.”
Andrew Withers, son of company founder Arthur Withers, is Chairman and owner of FFS Brands Ltd.

Commenting on the sponsorship deal Andrew said “I am inspired by Woodley United and their mission to offer everyone in our community regardless of race, gender, age or ability with the opportunity to play, develop and grow as individuals through football.  Our business started as a family business and we developed and have grown as a team, just the same as football offers. We are delighted to be part of this exciting journey for Woodley United next season.

For more information on sponsorship opportunities please contact Chris Coniam, Woodley United FC Commercial & Facilities Director on 07595 526703 chris.coniam@btinternet.com


Ladies Night - 24 July

Woodley United FC held a successful end of season presentation evening recently for the feamle players involved in the club.

Held at Goals Soccer Centre, Woodley supported by players, parents and family members. Chairman Colum Moon presided over the evening congratulating players on their achievements while speaking positively about the future as part of the “new” Woodley United that sees the club amalgamate with Woodley Hammers FC and Woodley Town FC with effect from season 2015 – 16.

Those present heard about the success of the club with managers saying how players developed over the season including a number of Reserve players progressing to the 1st team towards the season’s end, the activity that is being undertaken in conjunction with local schools and increasing number of girls wanting to join.

The Ladies Reserves won the Berks & Bucks FA Women’s Trophy and finished runners up in Division One of the Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League having been champions of Division Two the previous season.  The County cup win was the fourth successive win for some of the players having won the u18 cup twice and u16 cup once.

The Ladies 1st team reached the semi-final of the Southern Region Women’s Football League, league cup and finished fourth in the Premier Division. 

The u11s had a tremendous second half of the season capped by reaching the final of the Berkshire County Girls League Spring Cup.


Five Spiced At Woodley - 16 July

Woodley United manager Phil Norville has started building his first team squad with five signings.

He has retained the services of lively striker Seun Odusanya who on his day can be a handful and will be aiming to be leading the goal charts for Woodley.

Utility Defender Matt Brookling who has come through the youth ranks has signed on and will be looking to become a firm fixture in the 1st team this season after breaking through last season.

Central Defender Luke Titcombe has also signed on again, He left the club early last season to join Thames Valley league side Westwood Utd but came back at the end of last season and played the last few games.

Utility defender Jordan Philip has signed having played for Sheffield Transport last season.

Conor Creegan who has played for the reserves for a number of years has been signed, a big pre season for him as he tries to force his way into the 1st team.

United are away to Combined Counties side Sheerwater FC on Sat 3pm ko.


Woodley Presentation Evening - 8 July

Woodley men’s section held their end of year presentation recently. Chairman Mark Rozzier, looked back over the club’s history which culminated with a first ever appearances in a FA completion in 2014/15 with two FA Vase ties, while looking forward to the challenge and opportunities presented with the amalgamation with Woodley Hammers and Woodley United Ladies to play under the Woodley United banner from the coming season.

Thanks were given to all those involved in the club during the season while recognising the invaluable support of sponsors

  • KJ Smith Solicitors
  • Red Rose Indian Restaurant
  • Screwfix
  • Taylor Wimpey
  • Richard Lloyd
  • Staff at the Inn of the Park for post-match food for the Reserve, “A” and “B” teams

Awards winners were:

1st team:

  • Manager’s Player of the Year – Dan Smith

Reserve team:

  • Manager’s Player of the Year – Conor Creegan
  • Player’s Player of the Year – Graham High

“A” team:

  • Manager’s Player of the Year – Sam Skehan
  • Player’s Player of the Year – Jamie Halsall

“B” Team:

  • Manager’s Player of the Year – Ben Ballard
  • Player’s Player of the Year – Harry Turner

Annually the club makes special awards based on appearances with presentations being made to:

  • Richard Wallis – 100 appearances award:  Has made 101 appearances in total scoring 35 goals in seven seasons with the club.  Played for all four men’s teams scoring at least once per season.
  • Conor Creegan – 100 appearances award:  Has made 108 appearances in total and scored eight goals.
  • John Mailer - 300 appearances award:  Has made 302 appearances for the club scoring 49 goals.  John has played for every team, in every position including goal keeper since joining the club in 2002 – 03 season and has scored at least one goal per season.

Gordon Lee Memorial Trophy:

This is presented in recognition of services to the club and it was seen fitting to present this to John Mailer for how in addition to playing, was player / manager of the “A” team, has been the club’s secretary for a number of years while working hard on ensuring the club maintained its FA Charter Standard Development Club status while also contributing towards Woodley United’s new Charter Standard application.


Sponsorship Continues - 30 June

Woodley United FC is delighted to announce that KJ Smith Solicitors are to continue as the main club sponsor for season 2015 -16.

KJ Smith Solicitors sponsorshipThe deal will see K J Smith investing £20,000.00 across the season and be home kit shirt sponsor for  the 40+ Woodley United teams.

Mark Rozzier, Woodley United CEO said, “K J Smith first started supporting football in Woodley in 2013 and we are delighted that they will be our main sponsor in the first season following the reformation of Woodley United FC to include all the Town and Hammers Teams”

K J Smith Solicitors is the largest specialist family law firm in Reading and the Thames Valley. Founded in 2009 the firm has grown rapidly with offices in Woodley, Henley, Windsor, Basingstoke and London.

Kerry Smith, the firm’s founder, is from Woodley and went to local schools Willow Bank and Waingels. Commenting on the sponsorship deal Kerry said “I am inspired by Woodley United’s mission to offer everyone in our Community the opportunity to play, develop and grow through football, regardless of race, gender, age or ability.  We are a family business and football is a family sport.  We are proud to be part of this exciting journey and remain committed to investing in football for the long term”

For more information on sponsorship opportunities  please contact Chris Coniam, Woodley United FC Commercial & Facilities Director, on 07595 526703
Dave Pickup Head of Marketing & HR KJ Smith Solicitors, Mark Rozzier CEO Woodley United FC and Rob Wilson MP Reading East.


Training Details At Woodley - 22 June

Woodley United are back in pre season training from Monday 29 June 6:45pm meet at Earley Home Guard Playing Fields, Pitts Lane, Earley, RG6 1BT ready for a 7pm start.

Training will then be every Monday and Wednesday until the season starts. Our first team are managed by Phil Norville and assisted by Paul Evans and Grant Goddard. The first team will be playing in the Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One East.

The first team are on the lookout for players in all positions with Step 6 or above or without experience of Hellenic football. if your interested in coming along either email john_mailer@hotmail.co.uk or contact Phil Norville on 07798702126

Our reserves will be in the Thames Valley Premier League and are managed by Les Marshall and our new Development side will be in the TV 1st Division under the guidance of Jock Mowat and Craig Cox. We will also be running A and B teams again this season so 5 Saturday men's in total.


Carnival Success For Woodley United FC - 16 June

Rob Wilson Member of Parliament for Reading EastA great day had by all at the Woodley United FC stall, although the weather was very British everyone got involved and had a great day.

Lots of positive feedback about the new club and what it is looking to achieve, nice to see players past and present at the stall which displayed photos of players past and present. Serious Sports were displaying the new team wear while KJ Smith had a stall next to the club's site.

The speed gun was a success well marshalled by Gary Amor, Fraser Kirk and Chris Squire. One notable attendee, pictured trying his luck at the speed gun, was Rob Wilson Member of Parliament for Reading East. In his younger days Rob was an Oxford United FC member.

Ethan Greene was busy talking to parents regarding the club's mini-kickers and generated plenty of interest in recruiting the next generation of players. All in all a good day and money raised for Daisy's Dream http://www.daisysdream.org.uk/

serious sportWoodley has also entered into an agreement with Basingstoke based Serious Sports who will exclusively supply team wear from the Macron range and leisure ware from their own Serious Sports brand for the club’s forty plus teams.  The agreement supports a club goal of developing a recognisable brand for football in the town of Woodley.

As part of the agreement club members and supporters will be able to purchase club ware via the club’s dedicated on-line store, accessible through www.woodleyunitedfc.co.uk website.

To promote the launch of the partnership, Serious Sports displayed a range of the clothing incorporating the new club’s newly designed badge at the club’s stall at Woodley Community Carnival that was held at the Memorial Ground, Woodley during the afternoon of Saturday 13th June 2015.

Neil Rider, Managing Director of Serious Sport added, “We are delighted to become the official clothing supplier to Woodley United FC, and over the next three seasons we are confident we can kit them out in our high quality ranges, making them not only look the part but helping them to achieve their forward thinking ambitions both on and off the field.” 
In announcing the agreement Dave Pickup, Woodley United’s Chairman said “The merger of Woodley Hammers and Woodley Town with Woodley United, and the reformation of Woodley United as a limited company makes the new football club one of Berkshire’s largest with nearly 50 teams.  We are delighted to be working with the UK’s number 1 supplier of customised kits and team wear. We look forward to a strong relationship with Serious Sport forged on exceptional quality, value and customer service.”


Woodley Community Carnival Week

This week it’s the annual carnival week and Woodley United FC will be involved on three of the days.  Wednesday 10th June is the Woodley inter primary schools’ boys’ football tournament which is followed on Thursday with the girls having their football tournament.  Both events are being sponsored by KJ Smith Solicitors and Woodley United

Saturday 13th June is carnival day and with the main club sponsor KJ Smith Solicitors, we will both be running stalls.  The Woodley United FC stall will involve participants winning prizes as they seek to see how fast they can kick a football.  Money raised will be donated to local charity Daisy’s Dream www.daisysdream.org.uk who provide support to children going through bereavement.

The club’s kit suppliers Serious Sports www.seriousfootball.co.uk will also be present displaying club playing kit and leisure ware bearing the new club logo.


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