HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased to confer Her Award in 2019 upon Wargrave Women and Girls Football Club in recognition of their outstanding voluntary work in the community. This is the highest award given to voluntary groups across the UK to recognise exceptional service within their communities and is equivalent to the Read more about Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service[…]
A great start to the season with a 2-0 win against Laurel Park. The game started evenly with not many chances for either team. It was pleasing to see that the shape that we talked about before the game was being followed and was working well. The defence was strong and Hannah did a great Read more about Laurel Park U17s Starz 0 – 2 WWGFC U18s[…]
The new Wargrave Women and Girls FC merchandise shop is now open for business. The new shop offers a much wider range of goods which are marked with the new WWGFC logo. Goods will be delivered directly to your home address, reducing the wait time considerably.
We are delighted to announce that the club will now be known as the Wargrave Women and Girls Football Club. Our club crest has been appropriately modified, new kit will all bear the new crest and other naming activities will continue over the coming months.
Thanks to all the applicants for the post of Cafe Manager, we are delighted to announce that the post has now been filled. The football café is a very important financial contributor to both Wargrave Girls FC and Wargrave Wolves FC. Just as importantly, on a cold winters morning it is a very welcome sight Read more about Cafe Manager – Post Filled[…]
A 4-0 defeat but a performance to be very proud of. Up against a very good Swindon team who have been scoring for fun this season and on the back of our heavy BBFA cup defeat last week this was always going to be a challenge. With a change of formation to try and park Read more about WGFC U16s 0 – 4 Swindon Spitfires[…]
Our first league fixture for over a month and we certainly struggled. With a slight change of formation we couldn’t seem to get the basics working well. From the outset we struggled to control the ball quickly or to pass accurately to a team mate. However, we did look defensively strong with all playing in Read more about WGFC U16s 2 – 1 Maidenhead Girls[…]
Well we finally got to play our first fixture of the Berks & Bucks U16s Girls Cup after two postponements during December. With a slight ground frost there was a chance this game might also be called off but the referee was happy so we got to play our first game of 2018. Up against Read more about Wycombe Saints 1 – 7 WGFC U16s (BBFA Cup)[…]
Well we won, although as the score line suggests, we made hard work of it especially given we had 2 extra players. Without any heads-up and with it being a cold wet morning we decide to start with 11 players playing in their normal positions rather than have 4 subs standing on the side getting Read more about WGFC U16s 4 – 3 Caversham AFC[…]
Well our Cup run didn’t last long but playing one of the top teams in the league it was always going to be a challenge. Having lost 6-0 a few weeks ago to Marlow we knew we were going to be in for a busy time defensively. We spoke before the game about closing them Read more about (Cup) Marlow FC 4 – 0 WGFC U16s[…]