• Fun & Games at Soccer School
  • U15s Beat league leaders to make it 5 from 5 and go top!
  • Woodkirk Valley Football Club Celebrates FA Girls’ Football Week
  • U13’s Complete Double over Collingham
  • U11s Girls with fine performance

Fun & Games at Soccer School

The boys always enjoy a fun game at the end of training – this week it was Cowboys and Indians.  I think some of the Indians must have been wearing bulletproof vests as nobody wanted to be a Cowboy! Same time next week; 10am till 11am, Saturday morning at Morley Sports Centre.  We welcome kids of all abilities. Woodkirk Valley Soccer School is proudly sponsored by Cramscene


U15s Beat league leaders to make it 5 from 5 and go top!

Woodkirk go top after exciting win against Pudsey. Played 5 Won 5, Scored 48 Conceded 5 Pts 15 Woodkirk Valley U15s have started this season with for straight wins having scored 43 goals in 4 games, and only concede 2. The stage was set, the visitors Pudsey had played 5 and won 5, and sat above Woodkirk having played one more game. Woodkirk looked nervous and failed to settle in…


Woodkirk Valley Football Club Celebrates FA Girls’ Football Week

On Friday 14th October players from our u13’s to u7’s took part in the campaign at Woodkirk Academy in Tingley..The U9’s ran a joint session with Battyeford FC who currently compete in the West Riding Girls Football League.The event was arranged and hosted by Woodkirk Valley FC Girls section. Kelly Simmons, FA director of football participation and development, said: “After the success of our last week in April, it’s important…


U13’s Complete Double over Collingham

16th October 2016 – Collingham Juniors vs Woodkirk Valley Woodkirk hit top form in a 10am KO where the one disappointment was not keeping a clean sheet.  The 1-11 scoreline didn’t flatter the oranges one bit as they dominated every area of the field.  Every one of the boys contributed and the hard work during training is showing visible signs of improvement in all areas. Alex, Ben, Harrison, Tony and…


U11s Girls with fine performance

Woodkirk Valley Wolves Under 11 Girls achieved a sensational, hard fought victory against a resilient Wyke Wanderers side in a gripping see – saw battle. Woodkirk took an early lead, following a spell of heavy pressure through a neat finish from Lauren, as the midfield trio of Francesca, Isabella and Maddy took control of the centre of the park. However, despite several close efforts, Woodkirk were unable to double their…


Away Win for U13 Sharks

Sunday 9th October – Hunslet Club vs Woodkirk Valley U13’s A 2pm KO saw the lads make the short journey to Hunslet and the fantastic facilities at Hunslet Club – the subs were even treated to their own bench and dugout!! Following the shock and disappointment of last weeks performance the boys were made to work hard at training with the goal of putting things right on the pitch this…


Woodkirk U15 Wolves hungry for success!

Woodkirk Valley U15s travelled the short distances to Horbury Town on Sunday 9th October 2016 for a 2.15pm kick off. The weather was great with the sunny beaming down on the lads during a tense warmup session with lots of ball work and quick feet using the ladders. Woodkirk were given the task of playing uphill, with a breeze against them. It HT Horbury Town 0 – 4 Woodkirk FT…


Fun Fun Fun at Soccer School

Another fun packed morning for the boys of Soccer School.  Harrison & Ben decided Joel deserved the Trainer of the Week award today – Joel, along with the rest of the boys, is improving every week proving the old adage that practice makes permanent. Well done to everyone!! Same time, same place next week (10am @ Morley Sports Centre).


Stalemate for U12s with a solid performance

North East Leeds U12s v Woodkirk Valley U12s Sunday 2nd October 2016 A bright and pleasant autumn morning greeted Woodkirk at Gledhow Lane on Sunday morning, as the visitors looked to atone for disappointing results in the last 2 games. Tom took his usual place in goal, with Mack, Rowan and Koene in defence, Brett, Jamie, Noah and Jacob Truelove in midfield, with Kieran up front. Jacob Clancy-Wood, Dylan and Thomas would start…


U15 continue to pounce!

Woodkirk Valley U15s travelled to Meltham to play against a team that has recently had a strength squad with players from thefolded Netherton joining them. Both teams started well and Meltham looked to be the more physical team. The back four of Woodkirk started slow with misjudgements and miskicks. (To be fair the pitch was in a poor state and the ball was bobbling all over). After Woodkirk broke the…