Well done to all 11 successful WFA referee trainees, who attended the “club” funded course at the ever helpful Wigan Soccerdome.
Great games between three six-a-side teams today at The Walkingdome. All close matches with quality goalkeeping and some sublime finishing. Was well worth the time & effort by all concerned and with the added bonus of a “newbie in our ranks, a big warm Wigan welcome to Peter. ⚽️
. . . . . whatever that entails, Monday 4th, Wednesday 6th June, half past ten kick-off time at The Walking Dome in Wigan.
The much anticipated Over 50’s game is on Wednesday 23rd May with an 11am kick-off between ourselves and Wigan Athletic Community Trust in the first round of The Walking Football Associations National Cup. Tension is high amongst BOTH squad’s who both want to continue in this prestigious competition. Admission is free to spectators at The
Even though our Over 65’s are playing their WFA National match against Manchester Corinthians our “normal” Monday session is still on, 10.30am start as usual.
Over 50’s Wigan Walkers FC v Wigan Athletic Community Trust Wednesday 23rd May, 11am Kick-off at The Wigan Soccerdome Over 60’s Third Space Seniors Bolton v Wigan Walkers FC Wednesday 16th May 12 noon Kick-off at the Burnden Park Complex Over 65’s Wigan Walkers FC v Manchester Corinthians Monday 21st May 11am Kick-off at The Wigan
Just a point, especially in “The Nationals” you need to wear shin-pads in tournaments. The referee has the right not to allow you to play !
We are cordially inviting any clubs interested in participating in a six-a-side indoor competition in the Over 65’s age group along with a Over 70’s one as well if enough interest. (A goalkeeper over 60 can play for either age group.) Time scale wise we are looking at a date in mid to late June
After our session, The Club’s AGM is on Wednesday 25th April
The WFA have been running their intensive referees course since September 2017. The course has been developed by players and referees, endorsed by ex-Premier League referee Uriah Rennie, and is delivered by professional trainers. By June 2018 the WFA plan to have over 100 qualified referees. Club referees are approved to referee recreational club sessions,