Wandsworth Town Youth FC are starting to carry a big reputation across London amongst the Professional clubs with the players they are producing on a regular basis. Wandsworth Town Youth FC each season plays a host of trails games against Professional clubs to allow the players to compete with the highest standard players in the country in the last 3 years we have played over 10 games in different ages groups.
– Leyton orient 4 v 4 draw
– Southend united 4 v 3 loss
– Crystal Palace 2 v 1 win
– Brentford fc 5 v 5 draw
– Q.p.r 3 v 2 loss
– Charlton Athletic 4 v 3 loss
– Leyton Orient 5 v 5 draw
– Wycombe Wanderers 4 v 2 win
– Wycombe Wanderers 5 v 3 loss
– London county 4 v 0 win
– Wycombe Wanderers 5 v 2 win
– Southend united 4 v 2 loss
– Leyton orient 3 v 1 loss
– Brentford fc 5 v 5 draw
– Charlton Athletic u16s 2 v 1 win
– Southend united u16s 4 v 2 win
– Brentford fc u12s 3 v 2 loss
– Aldershot fc u13s 7 v 1 win
– Aldershot fc u15s 5 v 1 win
– Stevenage fc u13s 3 v 2 loss
– Stevenage fc u15s 4 v 2 win
– Leyton Orient u16s 3 v 1 loss
– Fulham FC U14s 7-5 loss
Fulham u13s 5 v 2 loss
Fulham u15s 7 v 6 loss
Barnet u13s 5 v 1 loss
Barnet u10s 4 v 2 win
Norwich u13s 2 v 0 loss
Norwich u11s 3 v 2 loss
West Ham u10s 7 v 5 win
The weekends travels brought us to Peterborough United FC and there Academy where one of our young talented players shone and got himself on the score sheet whilst on trial at a league one club, overall the opportunity provided us with a great experience whilst watching two exciting academy sides come up against each other.
Massive thanks to Highmoor Ibis and EPLSports for giving our boys the opportunity to play against youth of the similar age from a different country during the week.
This week our U15/16’s group took on international opponents in our Australian counterparts which proved to be a entertaining game, all involved enjoyed the game and the experience would be unforgettable for our boys.
Very good and entertaining game at Stamford Bridge on Friday evening as our U16’s travelled to Chelsea FC to watch there U23’s take on a talented Arsenal U23’s side.
This game proved to be a game not to be missed with plenty of slick, short and sharp passes from Arsenal who kept possession of the ball very well. It was a 16 year old who opened the scoring and quite possibly man of the match.
These games provide our boys with a great learning experience, and enables all not just watch a game of football but to study and analysis young professional footballers.
Could you be playing on the Stamford Bridge pitch in a couple years time?
Good evening at Fulham FC last night watching the academy train and also the U23’s Premier League 2 game against Aston Villa who involved an England international in there side.
Fulhams young side controlled the game and stepped it up after the break with three goals, grabbing the three points!
Well done and huge congratulations to our very own, Hamza Oubbad who has signed a one year with Cheltenham Town FC and there youth team for the 2016/2017 season, Hamza started at our club as a eight year old and played with us up until 16 years old. Promdomitenly a central defender but can also play in centre midfield and is cool, calm and composed on the ball – distributes the ball well from the back.
Everyone at our club wishes Hamza well over the season.
With season 2016-2017 not to far away, Our online club shop is open and ready for all.
All players joining our club are asked to purchase just a training t-shirt, anything more is your choice!
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10 Coaching U18 3-3 Wandsworth Town Youth FC U16
Man of the Match; Nas.
Goalscorers; Samuel 1, Hassan 1, Oscan 1.