May 22, 2019

On a sunny Tuesday afternoon BWFC Manager Paul Murtagh took a team of over 50's to Northampton Town to play in a well attended walking football tournament. Four pitches with five teams on each playing in a well organised league format meant Birmingham were in a group a...

May 21, 2019

After winning the inaugural Women’s Walking Football National Peoples Cup last month BWFC Blues set off to Wembley to collect their trophy. The teams prize was tickets to the FA cup final Manchester City v Watford where at half time the team captain Caroline Reid, who...

May 20, 2019

Both the First Team and the Shadow Squad joined South West Regional Team for a training day at the superb facilities provided by Gloucester University.

After several drills and tactical discussions all games were split into 20 mins each way.

The shadow squad were missing...

May 20, 2019


After several months of not playing competitively Birmingham’s over 50's new look first team cruised into the second round of the WFA National Cup with a convincing 3-0 over Boldmere St Michaels. With the Ward brothers now concentrating on Pele’s...

May 20, 2019

Birmingham Over 60s travelled to Coleshill for the first round of The National Cup. The team was much changed due to injuries and the Over 65s playing in Paris.

Early nerves were settled when the opposition keeper threw the ball directly to Roy Williams who slotted home...

May 8, 2019

Sunday 28th April saw three (yes, that’s right, three) teams from Birmingham in the finals of the FA People’s Cup at St Georges Park.  The Blues and Whites who both qualified from the Peterborough Midland Region semi-finals and the Reds who qualified from the Southern...

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