We would ask all coaches, players, parents, spectators and anyone else who is involved watching games or training sessions to watch this video.
It is important we all know what to expect and what to do to make Whittle Hall JFC a safe environment.
Attached is the latest update from the committee with regards to the 20/21 season.
Hurrah the new season is finally upon us! The club has continued to grow and this season we welcome 4 Under 7s teams to the club and of course new players across all our teams. We wish all our players and coaches every success for the season ahead. As per the ethos of the club don't forgot to ‘participate and enjoy’
After yet another successful season draws to an end, don't forget Whittle Hall JFC are hosting their 20th Anniversary tournament on the 7th and 8th July. Places are filling fast so don't wait to book your slot!
Football is For ALL and should be enjoyed in a safe, fun and inclusive environment, where you and I can play our part. Respect is an important value in life, not just football. Whittle Hall JFC want to ensure that the match day environments played here are memorable for the right reasons.
Below are some links to videos reminding us it's all abut creating the best possible football experiences #FORRESPECT
On Sunday 29th April our under 12's Athletico team coached by Paul Wainwright took part in the Alf Holt Cup final against Irlam Rangers. Final score was Whittle Hall Athletico 1 - 2 Irlam Vale Rangers. This was such a close match and could have gone either way but Athletico fought valiantly to the end. The head coach Paul summed up the day by saying ' it was certainly a great day for the boys who represented our club with true honour' . The club is immensely proud of the team and what they have achieved. Well done!
Congratulations to David Marsden for not only completing the Paris marathon but for raising an amazing £1,140 for the club to purchase much needed defibrillators. Such a fantastic effort and the club are very grateful for your effort. Well done David!