AFC Corsham Lionesses welcome girls aged 12-14 of any level

1st November 2019, 10:33am | By Ros Griffiths |

We’re looking to expand our U14 girls squad so invite any girls who are interested to attend a few free training sessions.

If you know any girls who were under 14 or over 12 years old on 1st September 2019 who might be interested in playing football we’d love to hear from you. Players of all levels of expereince are more than welcome, even total beginners!

At present the AFC Corsham Lionesses train at Springfield in Corsham every Tuesday at 6pm with matches on Saturday mornings where scheduled.

If you have any questions or would like to know more don’t hesitate to contact Mark Batters on 07941 526 990 or via email at mark@afccorsham.co.uk

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